Phrases coincides with and corresponds to may substitute for quite along with. Regarding these and previously-suggested phrases, I think most native speakers won't put quite in front of in line with, in tune with, or conforming to, but might use completely or totally in place of quite. Barrie's consistent with and the phrase in accord with may often be modified by quite, as might the word per, although "this outcome was ... quite per my expectations" may sound odd to some.
Added Note: Adjective quite has several senses:
• To the greatest extent or degree; completely, entirely
• In a fully justified sense; truly, perfectly, actually.
• To a moderate extent or degree; somewhat, rather.
That is, it often strongly reinforces rather than slightly weakens a meaning. Consider terms like mostly, moderately, or generally to indicate substantial but not complete agreement, as illustrated in examples below. Most of them are quite open to interpretation regarding the extent of matching between outcome and expectation. The last example probably is a good way to reasonably convey a sense of "60% or 70%" agreement.
• The outcome was mostly in accord with my expectations.
• The outcome was along the lines of what I expected.
• The outcome was something like what I expected.
• The outcome was largely what I expected.
• The outcome was two-thirds like I expected.