INDIANAPOLIS – enVista, a global software and consulting services firm, optimizing and transforming physical and digital commerce, announces it has been named as a sample Warehouse and Fulfillment (W&F) Specialty Consulting Firm and as a Sample Vendor for Workforce Management (WFM) Systems in the “Warehousing and Fulfillment Vendor Guide,” published by Gartner, Inc., the world’s leading research and advisory company. This is the sixth time enVista has been recognized in the report.
According to Gartner, “Specialty providers offer a range of consulting and WMS implementation services. These can include logistics network design, warehouse design and layout, industrial engineering, MHA design and/or build, and warehouse and workforce productivity improvements.” 1 enVista provides all of these solutions and more.
enVista CEO Jim Barnes said, “We are extremely passionate about delivering results that enable our clients’ business goals. Our deep bench of global consultants bring exceptional expertise to optimize people, places and technology within the four walls and throughout the extended supply chain network. We are very proud and grateful to be recognized again by Gartner for our supply chain capabilities and solutions.”
enVista Vice President and Workforce Management Solutions practice leader, Tom Stretar said, “Skilled labor shortages in warehouses and distribution continue into 2020, making it more important than ever for manufacturers and distributors to focus on Lean process improvements, labor productivity and automation. Optimizing labor productivity, fulfillment timeframes and customer service remain competitive differentiators. Many Fortune 500 clients are realizing significant and immediate efficiencies and cost savings by leveraging our proprietary labor standards database to benchmark their labor tasks against industry standards.”
Barnes added, “We look forward to meeting with supply chain leaders at MODEX 2020 in Atlanta this month where we will consult with supply chain leaders and showcase automation solutions, including a Fanuc 6-S robot, material handling, and Intelligent Supply Chain solutions.”
enVista will exhibit Automation in Action at MODEX booth #7688. Visit our website to schedule a meeting with one of our automation experts.
enVista’s global supply chain consulting services and enabling technologies include: supply chain strategy and network design; product flow and inventory optimization; robotics and automation; material handling and facility design build; systems evaluation, selection and implementation; a leading unified commerce cloud platform solution; demand planning and forecasting; supply chain optimization and workforce management programs; strategic carrier sourcing strategy; global transportation visibility and analytics; Intelligent Supply Chain solutions, and much more.
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Gartner, “Warehousing and Fulfillment Vendor Guide” C. Klappich, Leif-Olof Wallin, Simon Tunstall, 17 January 2020. 1 (This report was titled “Warehousing and Fulfillment Applications and Technologies Vendor Guide” in 2016, “Warehousing and Fulfillment Application Vendor Guide” in 2015, “Supply Chain Management Vendor Guide, 2014” in 2014, and “Supply Chain Management Market and Vendor Guide, 2012” in 2012.)
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