The Greenville Business Magazine reports that Kopis, a leading software development company, was recently named Greenville Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business of the Month.
Founded in 1999, Kopis has deep roots in the South Carolina technology community. With senior experience specializing in database administration and application development for healthcare and automotive manufacturing, they have a track record of success in critical areas including.
The Chamber’s Small Business of the Month award recognizes extraordinary businesses in the Upstate. Winners are eligible to be named the Chamber’s Small Business of the Year during its annual meeting next winter.
“Our capabilities have increased over the years, but the main focus remains largely the same — solving business problems, through technology,” said Andrew Kurtz, president and CEO of Kopis.
Wentzel is joining the i4Series as a panelist for two events in April. He is a data privacy expert with over 10 year’s experience in South Carolina’s technology sector. Wentzel oversees many state-wide data privacy projects and believes that securely stored data is crucial for the longevity of any company in 2019.