Quintec Integration wins small business award
Company recognized as a leader in state

By Freeman Staff

Dec. 26, 2018

From left, James Deppoleto Sr., Colin Daviau and Sara Johnson attend MARKETPLACE, the Governor’s Conference on Minority Business Development on Dec. 13.
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WAUKESHA — Out of more than 300 nominees, Quintec Integration, Inc. in Waukesha was recognized as one of the leading companies in Wisconsin at MARKETPLACE, the Governor’s Conference on Minority Business Development, winning the Minority Business Enterprise Outstanding Small Business Award.

The top award winners were announced at an awards luncheon on Dec. 13 at the Potawatomi Hotel and Conference Center in Milwaukee. Gov. Scott Walker opened the award ceremony with a speech on the growth and future of Wisconsin’s economy, stating that “Wisconsin is open for business, particularly small businesses.” Each awardee was showcased in a two-minute video, was recognized on stage with an award and will be featured on the MARKETPLACE’s website.

James Deppoleto Sr. holds the award Quintec Integration, Inc. received as one of the leading companies in Wisconsin at the Governor’s Conference on Minority Business Development.
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“We are thankful and humbled by this award and we are very appreciative of the Governor’s Conference, sponsors and its participants. In 1999 when we first opened, I never imagined that Quintec would be where we are now,” said James Deppoleto Jr., founder and president of Quintec Integration, Inc., in a statement. “We have become one of the premier conveyor integrators in the Midwest and continue to grow thanks to the support of our home, Wisconsin. We pledge to continue to serve the community and lead by example for other small businesses, particularly minority-owned.”

Representatives from Quintec also participated in MARKETPLACE Wisconsin, which is a two-day event of networking, breakout sessions, exhibitions, seminars and presentations held annually by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.