DC Velocity - Integrating new equipment into an existing operation can be a challenging endeavor. enVista’s Greg Meyne shares with DC Velocitywhy planning for disruptions during the integration process can relieve some frustrations.

Food Logistics - When it comes to adapting to omni-channel, food and beverage companies are at a crossroads. Jim Barnes, CEO of Enspire Commerce, shares advice with food and beverage manufacturers looking to transition from B2B to B2C in an omni-channel environment in this month's Food Logistics magazine.

American Shipper - enVista Managing Partner Stephen Craig tells American Shipper why mid-size importers are not likely to shift cargo from the west coast to the east coast despite U.S. port congestion.

Journal of Commerce - Omni-channel retailers must ensure the right stock is in the right stores, at the right time and at the lowest cost, but that can be difficult to achieve. enVista CEO Jim Barnes shares with the Journal of Commerce three key components to inventory positioning success.

The Indianapolis Star - From a startup to a supply chain leader with more than 400 employees, The Indianapolis Star talks to enVista CEO and Co-founder Jim Barnes about the growth of the company and how it has become a key part of the city’s tech success.

Modern Materials Handling - With the help of enVista, M&F Western implemented a new warehouse management system, bar code scanning and conveyor and sortation system to significantly increase productivity and throughput. Read more about the details of the projects in Modern Materials Handling.

Modern Materials Handling - enVista client M&F Western is the featured cover story in the September issue of Modern Materials Handling. enVista helped M&F Western update its warehouse management system (WMS) and design and build a 100,000 square-foot pick-and-pack area within an existing facility.