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enVista Offers Exclusive ‘NRF On Demand’ Experience for Omnichannel Leaders

enVista brings its NRF 2022 client Big Ideas presentations, solution demos, omnichannel thought leadership and exclusive Unified Commerce in Action™ Experience to retailers’ homes and offices with curated NRF On Demand Offering

INDIANAPOLIS (January 24, 2022) – enVista, a global software, consulting, managed services and automation firm optimizing and transforming physical and digital commerce, today announces the launch of its NRF 2022 On Demand offering. enVista NRF On Demand brings all of enVista’s innovative experiences and thought leadership from NRF 2022: Retail’s Big Show in New York City to retailers’ homes and offices, including enVista’s exclusive Unified Commerce in ActionShip from Store experience, powered by enVista’s cloud-native order management system.

NRF On Demand Registrants will have full on demand access to:

  • enVista’s NRF 2022 Big Ideas Sessions with executive leaders from clients GNC, Young Living, Primo Water and more, who will discuss how they have accelerated omnichannel transformation, inventory optimization, omnichannel profitability and their customer experience over the last two years, and their roadmaps for 2022 and beyond.
  • Schedule meetings and complimentary consulting sessions with enVista’s team of omnichannel and supply chain experts
  • ‘Snackable’ solution demos and tech tips showcasing the latest in omnichannel technology innovation and best practices
  • enVista’s exclusive ship from store offering and Unified Commerce in Action™ experience where participants will order their ‘free’ YETI 20 oz. Rambler Tumbler online. Orders and shipment experience will be orchestrated by enVista’s leading cloud-native OMS, and orders will be shipped to participants’ homes or offices. Register for enVista’s Unified Commerce in Action and NRF On Demand experience here. Use PROMO Code: ENVISTA#1OMS for your free YETI

enVista’s CEO, Jim Barnes, said, “NRF 2022 is a can’t miss event for omnichannel organizations around the world to learn and connect. As such, we are bringing our NRF peer-to-peer learning opportunities, client success stories, technology innovation and thought leadership to omnichannel leaders around the world through enVista’s exclusive NRF On Demand offering.”

Barnes continued, “This is a pivotal time to adapt, innovate and accelerate omnichannel commerce. Thousands of the world’s leading brands leverage enVista’s software and consulting services to rapidly deliver a frictionless customer experience, foster greater supply chain resilience and deliver improved profitability and competitive advantage. We look forward to helping more leaders adapt and deliver their target business outcomes in 2022 and beyond.”

enVista’s Big Ideas Sessions On Demand include:

Session Title: Retail’s Second Annual CIO Fireside Chat and CIOs Revealed

Speakers: Gene Bornac, CSO, enVista; Jamie Jamieson, Global CIO, Primo Water Company

Description: Join CIO from a multi-million/billion dollar retail organization for an interactive conversation on how it thrived over the last two years and continues to accelerate omnichannel transformation and customer-centric commerce. Learn what is next on the organization’s roadmap and business plan and hear its take on the state of the union for unified commerce and what it is doing to improve the customer experience.

Session Title: Accelerate and Optimize Your Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Strategy – How Brands Leverage OMS to Compete in Omnichannel Today

Speakers: Jim Barnes, CEO, enVista; Kao Martin, Chief Architect, Young Living

Description: Brands that have a strong DTC strategy and enabling technology are realizing a clear competitive advantage. An agile omnichannel OMS with enterprise inventory visibility and shipment experience management is key to optimizing order orchestration, fulfillment and the customer experience. Find out how organizations are accelerating omnichannel transformation – improving both their customer experience and profitability.

Session Title: How GNC Accelerated Omnichannel Transformation, Profitability and Competitive Advantage – and What’s Next!

Speakers: Jim Barnes, CEO, enVista; Chadwick Hamby, VP, E-commerce Operations and Solutions, GNC

Description: GNC’s leadership strategically invested in omnichannel strategies and technology to enable buy, fulfill, return anywhere commerce in 2019. During the COVID-19 shutdown in 2020, this enabled the global retailer to expose store inventory available to promise online and successfully stand up BOPIS and curbside pickup in only two weeks. Hear firsthand from GNC technology leaders about their two-year omnichannel journey, lessons learned and what is next.

Session Title: Inside the Box Thinking Yields Innovation and Automation

Speakers: Deanna Kaufman, VP of Sales, enVista; Vinod Bidarkoppa, CTO, Sam’s Club

Description: Retailers are finding that infrastructure investments that prioritize organizational agility and outcomes are delivering plenty of bang for the buck. As companies reimagine fulfillment, they are overhauling warehouses and distribution centers with an eye toward improved order fulfillment cycles, increased storage and throughput and new age robotics that speed processes and lift efficiencies. Join us for a discussion that will span fulfillment technology, predictive AI and goods-to-person processes and how these upgrades are better-aligning companies to serve changing consumers.

Visit enVista’s website to Schedule a virtual meeting with enVista’s omnichannel and supply chain experts, and/or to register for enVista’s NRF On Demand experience.

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Supply & Demand Chain Executive Names enVista to 2021 Green Supply Chain Award

For the tenth consecutive year, enVista is recognized for prioritizing sustainability as a core part of supply chain strategy

INDIANAPOLIS (January 20, 2022) – enVista, a global software, consulting, managed services and automation firm optimizing and transforming physical and digital commerce, today announces Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the only publication covering the entire global supply chain, named enVista to its 2021 Green Supply Chain award, which recognizes companies that prioritize sustainability to be a core part of their supply chain strategy.

For the tenth consecutive year, enVista is recognized with the Green Supply Chain Award for making sustainability core in enVista’s supply chain consulting solution offerings that reduce carbon and energy waste by minimizing fuel consumption, inventory production and utility use for enVista clients.

“Regardless of the pandemic, shortages, natural disasters and other supply chain disruptions, sustainability remains a top priority in the supply chain. Whether it be a new solution, program or way of doing business, these winners showcased heightened attention to social responsibility and environmental governance,” said Marina Mayer, editor-in-chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics. “Regardless of the challenges, the supply chain industry faces, a sustainable supply chain continues to win in the end.”

In addition to optimizing truckload and less-than-truckload freight to reduce carbon emissions, enVista’s services and solutions contribute to significant inventory reductions, labor reductions and manufacturing and distribution square footage reductions, which all increase the sustainability of end-to-end supply chain operations.

enVista’s CEO, Jim Barnes, said, “We love what we do at enVista, and one of the things we are most proud of is that we make a very real and positive impact on our clients, communities and world by driving out inventory, energy and carbon waste across thousands of global supply chains. Over the decade of receiving this award, we have watched demand for our sustainability consulting services and solutions continuously grow as companies recognize that environmental, social and governance criteria (ESG) and sustainable supply chain operations matter to their consumers, communities, investors and bottom lines.”

Barnes continued, “We are incredibly honored to receive Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Green Supply Chain Award for the 10th year in a row, and we commend Supply & Demand Chain Executive for being leaders in the market that understood a decade ago the importance of sustainability and the significance it has on all of us.”

Visit enVista’s website to learn more about our sustainable solutions.

Learn more about enVista’s sustainable logistics services and solutions at Manifest 2022: The Future of Logistics.

Visit Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s website to view the full list of 2021 Green Supply Chain winners.

About Supply & Demand Chain Executive

Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the only supply chain publication covering the entire global supply chain, focusing on trucking, warehousing, packaging, procurement, risk management, professional development and more. Supply & Demand Chain Executive and sister publication Food Logistics are also home to L.I.N.K. and L.I.N.K. Educate podcast channels, L.I.N.K. Live, SCN Summit, SupplyChainLearningCenter.com and more. Go to www.SDCExec.com.

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enVista Chief Strategy Officer to Lead Panel on Sustainability and the Supply Chain at Manifest 2022

For Immediate Release – January 13, 2022

WHAT: enVista’s Chief Strategy Officer, Gene Bornac, will moderate a panel at Manifest during which he and other industry experts will discuss how supply chain leaders can maintain sustainable logistics operations.

WHEN: Tuesday, January 25 – Thursday, January 27, 2022

WHERE: The Paris, Las Vegas, NV. Attendees can register at this link.

SPEAKING SESSION:

Title: Logistics Innovation and Sustainability Across the Supply Chain

Speakers: Gene Bornac, CSO, enVista; Michaela Wallin, Head of Customer Fulfillment, H&M; Marcus Behrendt, CEO, BMW iVentures; Tanja Dysli, Chief Supply Chain Officer, IKEA US; Matt Heider, CEO, Nautilus Labs

Time: Wednesday, January 26, 11:30 – 12:00 p.m. PST

Location: Champagne 1

Abstract: In this panel, speakers will help attendees address the following considerations and questions regarding sustainability and their supply chain operations:

  • Steps your company has taken to achieve a more sustainable supply chain.
  • What areas of technology have had the biggest impact on your practices and what areas still need attention?
  • Which areas of the supply chain are ‘easiest’ to change and which ones are more complex?
  • What roles have partners played for you in this process?

Visit enVista’s website to schedule a meeting with our experts and learn more about what enVista has to offer at Manifest 2022.

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