INDIANAPOLIS – enVista, a leading global consulting and software solutions firm, today announces its inclusion in the “Market Guide for In-Store Logistics Systems,” published by Gartner, Inc., a leading information technology research and advisory company, for its Customer Engagement Platform v1.5.
According to Gartner, “As retailers increase their use of store inventory for fulfilling online orders, they need to consider investing in in-store logistics applications to manage fulfillment at scale.”
enVista CEO Jim Barnes said, “enVista’s comprehensive unified commerce platform, Enspire Commerce, delivers comprehensive omni-channel solutions on a single customer engagement platform to optimize customer engagement and deliver a seamless brand experience across the enterprise. Coupled with enVista’s deep supply chain, omni-channel retail and store operations consulting experience, enVista is uniquely qualified to help companies improve in-store logistics and to unify commerce. We are honored to be included in Gartner’s Market Guide for In-Store Logistics Systems.”
Barnes added, “enVista is dedicated to delivering process improvement for not only in-store operations, the very heart of retail, but the entire omni-channel by using our deep experience in supply chain to increase visibility and deliver on customer expectations.”
enVista’s Enspire Commerce solution supports 17 important in-store capabilities on a single platform, including: inventory accuracy verification, backorder management, consumer returns inventory, cycle counting, inter-store inventory transfers, stockroom picking process, pick instructions from ERP/DOM, pick waving, shelf picking process, stockroom picking process, order-splitting logic, performance reporting, packing optimization of pickup in-store orders and ship from store orders, dispatch of ship-from-store orders, integration to carriers/transport and customer pickup process.
The Enspire Commerce platform is comprised of all of the omni-channel solutions retailers need to optimize in-store and omni-channel commerce, including: order management (OMS); point of sale/mobile point of sale (POS/mPOS); product information management (PIM), trading partner management (EDI); omni-channel fulfillment (store fulfillment and drop shipping); and e-commerce. Enspire’s solutions are uniquely delivered as a multi-tenant architecture and integration platform as a service (iPaaS) for rapid integration.
For more information about Enspire Commerce, visit Booth #3753 at the National Retail Federation’s (NRF’s) Big Show in New York City, January 16-18.
To read the full November 2017 “Market Guide for In-Store Logistics Systems,” report, click here (subscription may be required). For more information about enVista, visit www.envistacorp.com.
Gartner, “Market Guide for In-Store Logistics Systems,” Tom Enright, Thomas O’Connor, 20 November 2017.
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