Modern Materials Handling - Waveless order fulfillment is gaining momentum as companies aim to be more flexible in meeting omni-channel order fulfillment requirements while still efficiently leveraging materials handling systems and labor. enVista CEO Jim Barnes shares his thoughts on going waveless in this new article from Modern Materials Handling.
Indiana Business Journal - enVista shares plans to hire around 25 new Indiana associates this year with the Indianapolis Business Journal. Read about enVista’s upcoming move into new, modern office space and the company’s growth, including the launch of its next generation, cloud-based point of sale solution, RetailPoint.
Supply Chain Brain - How is automation shaping the warehouse of the future? enVista’s CEO Jim Barnes shares the importance of automation in a competitive environment and how a warehouse execution system can move a warehouse from batch to dynamic order allocation.
Parcel - What do FedEx’s new e-commerce investments mean for shippers? Find out how FedEx’s recent acquisitions will support e-commerce reverse logistics and understand the potential impact on shipping costs.
Modern Materials Handling - Modern Materials Handling’s June cover story details how Hibbett Sports worked with enVista to design a new, highly flexible, automated distribution center (DC) that keeps pace with the retailer's rapid growth. enVista conducted a network and retail flow analysis and delivered a facility design that enables cross-docking, rapid fulfillment to stores, replenishment at the SKU level, and more.
TotalRetail - Workforce productivity and morale are vital for optimal customer service and sales results at the retail store. enVista Senior Director Tom Stretar shares with Total Retail why a retailer’s workforce is more important than ever and the keys to keeping associates productive, engaged and happy long-term.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive - An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that contains integrated supply chain management capabilities enables companies to optimize supply chain processes without the cost, time and effort required to integrate multiple, disparate systems.
Talking Logistics - Improving transportation operations is a way for businesses to save money and improve customer service, but the actual improvement process has its challenges. enVista’s Geoff Milsom offers Talking Logistics readers six steps to follow to allow shippers and third party logistics (3PL) providers to improve transportation operations and increase supply chain value in the most ideal way possible.