enVista, a leading global consulting and software solutions firm, announces its inclusion in the “Digital Commerce Vendor Guide” published by Gartner, Inc., a leading information technology research and advisory company.
According to Gartner, by 2022, 10 percent “of the organizations running digital commerce will build that into a platform business to transform into digital businesses, and 60 percent of those will use an open ecosystem to scale the growth.”1
“We’ve experienced an uptick from clients that need to deploy successful digital commerce initiatives,” said Jim Barnes, CEO of enVista. “Being included in this guide further demonstrates value of our digital commerce solutions and our expertise in the digital commerce space. Where enVista provides exceptional value is not only delivering cutting-edge digital commerce solutions, but also helping companies enable digital commerce with physical commerce and optimized enterprise order routing and fulfillment execution. The ability to do both well is what enables a consistent, stellar customer brand experience that spans all locations and channels.”
enVista brings over 16 years of optimizing physical and digital commerce for the world’s leading retail brands. enVista works with clients to map the customer journey, optimize processes, and deliver a seamless customer-centric strategy and solutions that rapidly unify commerce to enhance customer service and drive sales.
Gartner, Inc. “The Gartner Digital Commerce Vendor Guide, 2018”, Jason Daigler, Christina Klock, Sandy Shen, Penny Gillespie, Mike Lowndes, Mark Lewis, Dayna Ford, 29, August 2018.1
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