enVista Clients

Case Studies


Brooks Brothers

With the ride of omni-channel, Brooks Brothers needed to address new challenges. This high-end, specialty retailer required new technology to deliver against its customer goals. enVista helped:

  • Gain Visibility to customer buying patterns
  • Implement a cloud-based single platform
  • Analyze inventory and sales performance

Dansko needed a new state-of-the-art facility optimized for efficiency and future growth. The goals were to reduce labor-intensive processes and meet growing customer demand. enVista helped:

  • Design a 200,000 square foot distribution center
  • Increase flexibility and throughput
  • Significantly improve customer service levels
Gump's San Francisco

Gump's, a luxury gift retailer, needed to improve communication between its vendors and gain visibility to carrier performance. enVista helped:

  • Achieve greater visibility to transportation expenses
  • Create dashboards to view all KPIs
  • Reduce shipping expenses and maintain carrier relationships
Hibbett Sports

Hibbett Sports needed a supply chain strategy to improve merchandise flow and maintain high customer service levels. Looking at the supply chain through the eyes of customers, enVista helped:

  • Synchronize supply with demand
  • Improve speed to market and in-stock percentage
  • Reduce work in process inventory and safety stock
The Men's Wearhouse

The Men's Wearhouse successfully integrated multi-channel processes into one platform by implementing enVista’s Lean supply chain practices and technologies, resulting in:

  • Significantly lower labor and inventory costs
  • Enhanced inventory accuracy and visibility
  • Greater on-time performance and delivery
One Kings Lane

One Kings Lane needed to develop an IT and distribution strategy in response to its explosive sales and business growth. enVista’s solution enabled:

  • Concept to deployment in just 5 months without missing a sale
  • Decreased IT costs– TCO less than 1%
  • Flexible eCommerce and order management
Performance Bike

Performance Bike needed to upgrade its Warehouse Management System (WMS). By engaging the experts at enVista, Performance Bike was able to:

  • Implement its Manhattan WMS upgrade in less than six months
  • Increase productivity from added batch picking
  • Increase pick per hour between 50 and 100 units

Skechers, an established footwear company, needed to consolidate four distribution centers (DCs) into one. With the help of enVista they were able to:

  • Open a new 1.8 million square foot facility to support growth
  • Optimize processes and leverage new technology
  • Meet customer demand and optimize sales
Sports Unlimited

Sports Unlimited needed to streamline transportation data and obtain visibility to total annual shipping expense. With enVista’s myShipINFO®, the company:

  • Achieved additional annual savings of 73%
  • Improved visibility to transportation spend
  • Continues to enjoy positive carrier relations
Tory Burch

Tory Burch consolidated three distribution centers into one and reduced costs with the introduction of redesigned business practices and systems. enVista helped:

  • Dramatically improve sales
  • Leverage best-in-class ERP solution to improve visibility and control
  • Provide management and support during transition

Consumer Goods & Manufacturing

Indiana Limestone

enVista played a key role in replacing Indiana Limestone's outdated ERP processes with an integrated system that will improve its resource planning system to:

  • Consolidate its outdated and disparate systems
  • Add MRP for operations planning
  • Support their unique manufacturing and warehouse processes
Bradshaw International

Bradshaw International, maker of Good Cook kitchenware, had to make significant changes to comply with Wal-Mart's Direct Store Delivery Consolidation program. Besides adding a new WMS, enVista helped:

  • Move to the DSDC program with zero disruption
  • Meet growing shipping demands
  • Improve warehouse efficiency

In changing focus from electrical and thermal solution distribution to production, Electrolock needed to upgrade its legacy system to a manufacturing-based ERP. enVista’s implementation of Microsoft Dynamics AX enabled:

  • Online capacity planning
  • More accurate lead times
  • Continuous improvement initiatives

Epson America needed a larger, more optimal distribution center to meet its growing business. After engaging enVista, Epson was able to:

  • Complete design & open new facility in 7 months
  • Make move without missing any delivery dates or causing customer disruption
  • Optimize labor, equipment & space
Kent Watersports

Kent Watersports, makers and distributors of the O'Brien, Liquid Force, HO, Connelly and Hyperlite brands, needed a single ERP system for all of its companies. enVista’s implementation helped:

  • Streamline financial management
  • Improve business planning and forecasting
  • Control manufacturing processes
Rocky Brands

Rocky Brands, a manufacturer and distributor of work, western and outdoor footwear and apparel, engaged enVista to integrate its WMS and WCS, enabling:

  • Nearly 97% of orders to ship in 24 hours
  • Double annual throughput without added headcount
  • Inventory accuracy to jump from less than 95% to over 98%
Vera Bradley

Shipping nearly 400,000 packages each year, Vera Bradley engaged enVista to analyze its parcel pricing and renegotiate current carrier contracts, resulting in:

  • Complete evaluation of transportation costs and parcel portfolio
  • Reduced parcel shipping expenditures
  • Successful change in carriers

WORLDPAC, an auto parts distributor, engaged enVista to design its new 235,000 sq. ft. DC and LEAN distribution. The facility:

  • Incorporated one-touch concepts, eliminating non-value-added steps
  • Sustained sales and product growth through the next several years
  • Met established customer service levels

Food & Beverage

Nature's Best

Nature's Best faced high labor costs and inefficiencies with its expansive four-building, multi-temp zone campus. enVista helped streamline processes and:

  • Consolidate multiple facilities into one, new, optimally designed facility
  • Implement a new WMS and other technology
  • Reduce labor costs by over 30%

Media & Publishing

Diamond Comics

Facing warehouse inefficiencies that were hindering growth, Diamond Comics needed an updated WMS for constant inventory visibility and integration with its existing LMS. As a result:

  • Inventory accuracy improved to 99.7%
  • Case picking at 99.4% carton fill rate
  • Standardized training processes enacted

3rd Party Logistics

Spot Freight

Spot Freight needed solutions tailored to its growth and changing needs. With enVista's help, it was able to leverage solutions and vendors to:

  • Eliminate redundancies and save time
  • Ensure valuable information was kept more secure
  • Keep the business up and running through any major mishaps



Raphael Health Center wanted to be proactive in its HIPAA compliance and safeguard against data security breaches. With enVista's risk analysis, it was able to:

  • Implement new procedures to eliminate risk of security breach
  • Obtain additional government funds
  • Ensure tighter patient data control



Vincennes University Logistics Training and Education Center (VU LTEC) partnered with enVista to automate inbound warehouse and outbound logistics processes by:

  • Utilizing enVista’s Cloud for hosted technology
  • Implementing Dynamics AX 2012 R3 WMS
  • Integrating voice picking, pick-to-light and RF mobility systems