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Quantix, Inc. Makes Top 20 on ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Top 100 Women Owned Businesses
Date:5/8/2013

Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

Quantix, one of the nation’s leading IT recruiting firms, has been recognized by ColoradoBiz Magazine as the state’s 18th highest ranked Woman Owned Business. The list was released in print April 29 and is available for purchase on the magazine’s website.

“Quantix is honored to be recognized for this award, this accomplishment is a result of the work of our entire team,” said Tanner Bell, Director of Corporate Growth and Marketing. “This recognition is validation of our corporate mission to improve the lives of others: customers, employees, community.”

Located in Denver, Quantix specializes in IT staffing and Healthcare IT staffing. Since it was founded in 2002, the Colorado staffing agency has focused on building relationships with its clients.

“Thank you to ColoradoBiz for this recognition. We are pleased to be recognized by our community and to contribute to our local market and nationwide,” said Jill Reynolds, founder and CEO. “We are privileged to have a dedicated team of professionals that have enabled us to reach our goals and beyond. All of us enjoy the dynamic and collaborative environment we have at Quantix, our team is world-class. Our future looks bright and we are excited to see what the next years will bring.”

ColoradoBiz Magazine states a mission to educate and inform the region’s business professionals. Topics include issues, people, businesses and management trends influencing economic conditions.

To learn more about Quantix, please visit http://www.quantixinc.com.

About Quantix, Inc.
Since 2002, Quantix, Inc., a woman-owned corporation, has risen as a national leader in IT staffing and professional services. They deal openly and honestly with their clients and consultants and have built a solid reputation for integrity and consistent quality. Their goal is
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