enVista saw significant year-over-year (YoY) revenue and company growth results
across all solution areas in 2021
INDIANAPOLIS (April 12, 2022) – enVista, a global software, consulting, managed services and automation firm optimizing and transforming physical and digital commerce, today announces immense revenue, new hire and business momentum growth in 2021. The firm grew sales revenue by 36% YOY and achieved significant sales results across all of its Automation, Transportation, Supply chain, IT, Microsoft and Unified Commerce practices. enVista also hired 283 associates across the globe, acquired a major automation firm and expanded its presence in APAC with a headquarters in Sydney, Australia.
enVista’s Strategy practice nearly doubled its growth in 2021 with a 48% YoY revenue increase. Demand for enVista’s consulting and supply chain network design capabilities skyrocketed as clients increasingly need to overcome supply and demand volatility to build more sustainable and resilient supply chains and improve service levels and competitive advantage.
enVista’s Technology Practice grew across all platforms and technologies, as did demand for enVista’s selection and implementation of third-party systems. Revenue for enVista’s omnichannel order management system grew over 35% YOY, and enVista was named on the Forrester 2021 OMS wave report as “One of the 7 Providers that Mattered Most.” enVista’s Labor Management team celebrated its 500th unique site labor management system implementation, increasing workforce efficiency and profitability across hundreds of warehouses and distribution centers. Its Microsoft Practice also saw 32% YoY growth.
Contributing to the growth of the firm’s Automation practice, enVista strategically acquired leading material handling equipment, systems and robotics firm, HCM Systems, Inc. (HCM) in July of 2021 to meet growing market demand for automated solutions. The acquisition of HCM not only strengthened enVista’s position as the only physical and digital commerce solutions provider in the market but also enabled enVista to acquire HCM’s robotics lab and effectively expand the firm’s robotics capabilities, talent and expertise.
enVista, CEO, Jim Barnes, said, “I am so proud of the entire enVista organization for all of the incredible accomplishments we have seen over the last year. In 2022, enVista celebrates its 20th anniversary since our founding, and it brings me immense joy and pride to see how far we have come as a company and team and all the ways we have helped clients make their global supply chains more efficient, profitable and sustainable.”
enVista Chief Revenue Officer and Co-founder, John Stitz, said, “The revenue and growth we have achieved over the last year is nothing less than extraordinary. Supply chains have spent the last two years in a constant state of adaptation, and it is our honor to be able to guide our clients and deliver solutions that provide meaningful value for their organizations and customers. I can’t wait to see what more our enVista team accomplishes in supply chain and commerce in 2022 and beyond.”
To learn more, visit enVista’s website, which was also newly launched and expanded in 2021.