Award recognizes the country’s fastest growing, privately held companies based on three-year revenue growth
enVista, a leading global supply chain consulting and IT services firm, announces it ranked on Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing, private companies. This is enVista’s fifth consecutive year on the list, putting enVista within an elite group of companies to achieve this rare accomplishment. This year enVista ranked no. 2019 based on cumulative revenue growth over the past three years.
enVista President and CEO Jim Barnes said, “To be listed among the nation’s top businesses five years in a row is an incredible honor and achievement. This is an accomplishment of which we are extremely proud and one we attribute to our talented associates and our incredible clients, many of whom have been partnering with us over the long-term. We absolutely celebrate this milestone and look forward to continued growth.”
John Stitz, co-founder and managing partner of enVista said, “The enVista team is incredibly humbled to be on the Inc. 5000 list for a fifth consecutive year. We recognize the magnitude of this accomplishment, especially as we have simultaneously heavily invested in new business offerings and global operations over the past five years. Our focus on delivering exceptional client value through deep expertise and innovative solutions is the differentiator that sets us apart in the market. We look forward to making a positive impact and delivering results for many more organizations in the next five years.”
As a global firm, enVista also has operations based in Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom. In 2014, enVista attained record revenue and met its top line revenue target and earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) objectives. In addition, the company grew its associate base by 40 percent. The firm continues to expand its value to the market. Most recently, enVista launched a new business, Enspire Commerce, which provides cloud-based software solutions that address gaps in omni-channel commerce for small to mid-market retailers, manufacturers and distributors.