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Supply & Demand Chain Executive Names enVista’s Marta Rattazzi 2022 Pros to Know Award Winner

Pros to Know recognizes outstanding executives who contribute to supply chain excellence and competitive advantage

INDIANAPOLIS (June 23, 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’s Marta Rattazzi, director, retail consulting, a 2022 Pro to Know.

Rattazzi has two decades of experience in the retail and wholesale industries. Since joining enVista in 2019, Rattazzi has earned a strong reputation for driving strategic, transformational initiatives for leading global specialty retailers and wholesalers, aiding them in solving business and IT problems from concept through consumption.

Rattazzi said, “I am humbled to have been selected as a 2022 Pro to Know. Over the last few years, our clients have been faced with unparalleled challenges requiring significant agility and adaptability on their behalf. It has been an honor to help them navigate their challenges and develop supply chain strategies to achieve not only their long-term business goals but also deliver a competitive advantage in this increasingly unpredictable market. Of course, I could not have accomplished these achievements without the expertise and support of my peers at enVista.” Rattazzi continued, “Thank you again to the team at Supply & Demand Chain Executive for recognizing this achievement and selecting me among their esteemed list of the 2022 Pros to Know.”

Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics, said, “When I look back at past Pros to Know winners, I see a lot of individuals who accomplished a lot of great achievements. This year’s winners are reinventing what it means to be a supply chain professional. This year’s winners are intuitive, adaptive and incredibly smart, continuing to push the envelope when it comes to everything supply chain-related.” Mayer continued, “We received over 360 nominations this year, the highest number of nominations ever for this award. We consider this proof that today’s supply chain professionals are not only doing great things for the supply chain, but are also being supported by their teams, peers and partners.”

Visit Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s website to view the full list of 2022 Pros to Know 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 to learn more.

Visit our website to learn more about enVista.

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enVista Announces New Marketplace Connector To Easily Enable Integrations to Amazon, eBay & Walmart

enVista’s OMS leverages the Marketplace Connector solution to enable omnichannel and B2B brands to rapidly leverage three of the largest marketplaces in the world to launch new direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales and fulfillment channels

INDIANAPOLIS (June 22, 2022) – enVista, a global software, consulting, managed services and automation firm optimizing and transforming physical and digital commerce, today announces its development of a connector enabling integration with Amazon, eBay and Walmart, three of the four largest online marketplaces in North America, and three of the largest marketplaces in the world based on gross merchandise value (GMV) and revenue. By providing a leading OMS with out-of-the-box marketplace integrations, enVista allows brands to easily build out new direct-to-consumer sales and fulfillment channels, expose enterprise inventory available to promise (ATP) and capture additional ecommerce sales revenue with little to no additional cost of entry.

enVista’s Chief Technology Officer Suneel Krishnaswamy said, “We are very pleased to offer retailers and brands an easy way to not only manage and optimize omnichannel order orchestration and fulfillment, but to also open up new marketplaces/selling and fulfillment channels to capture additional sales, customers and market share for competitive advantage. Our modern, intelligent OMS is dramatically improving the customer experience and profitability for clients. We look forward to helping our clients further leverage marketplace selling and to continue to build out new capabilities that unify and optimize commerce for our clients.”

enVista CEO Jim Barnes, added, “As lines continue to blur among retailers, distributors and manufacturers, marketplaces offer an increasingly important way for companies to proactively take control of their brand, customers and sales channels. We are proud to lead the industry in native OMS functionality like out-of-the-box marketplaces integration, subscriptions and the most robust embedded dropship capabilities in the market. We look forward to helping more brands enable sell, fulfill and return anywhere commerce.”

enVista’s modern, versionless OMS has been strategically built from the ground up as microservices-based, API-first with restful APIs, cloud-native, and agnostic, delivered on an integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) to readily integrate with other systems. The solution can be leveraged alone or alongside any of the omnichannel solutions on enVista’s Unified Commerce Platform that all share the same architecture and data model.

All of enVista’s omnichannel solutions have been strategically built from the ground up as microservices-based, API-first, cloud-native and headless architecture and are delivered on iPaaS to rapidly integrate and scale to optimize clients’ customer experience and omnichannel profitability. enVista’s Unified Commerce Platform includes order orchestration, enterprise inventory availability, store fulfillment, customer care, dropship, marketplaces, subscriptions, PIM, point of sale/mobile point of sale (POS/mPOS), mobile fulfillment, shipment experience management and AI/ML.

Named one of “The Seven Providers That Matter Most” in The Forrester WaveTM: Order Management Systems, Q2 2021, enVista’s OMS received the highest scores in the order orchestration, reporting and analytics, and delivery model (tied) criteria.

Visit enVista’s Marketplace Connector webpage or Order Management System webpage to learn more.

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About enVista’s OMS & Enspire Commerce Platform
As the only OMS and enterprise-level cloud platform in the market strategically built from the ground up as microservices architecture on a multi-enterprise integration framework and common data model, enVista’s OMS rapidly integrates, easily scales and provides faster time to value and lower total cost of ownership allowing our clients to successfully make and keep the customer promise and foster brand loyalty. The solution provides a single view of the customer, inventory, order, item and payment across the enterprise, enabling omnichannel organizations to deliver a consistent, customer-centric brand experience across all channels and locations. Coupled with enVista’s deep domain omnichannel and supply chain expertise, enVista’s OMS is enabling clients to rapidly optimize and transform physical and digital commerce.

enVista’s Unified Commerce Platform is comprised of order orchestration, enterprise inventory availability, store fulfillment, customer care, dropship, marketplaces, subscriptions, PIM, point of sale/mobile point of sale (POS/mPOS), mobile fulfillment, shipment experience management and AI/ML. Visit our website to learn more about enVista’s Enspire Commerce Platform.