enVista Recognized in Gartner, Inc.’s Market Guide for Supply Chain Strategy, Planning and Operations Consulting

For the fourth consecutive year, Gartner, Inc. recognizes enVista

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enVista, a global software and consulting services provider optimizing and transforming physical and digital commerce, today announces its recognition for the fourth consecutive year as Representative Vendor, specifically, a global, Specialist Provider, in the annual Market Guide for Supply Chain Strategy, Planning and Operations, published by Gartner, Inc., a leading information technology research and advisory company.

Gartner, Inc. identified enVista as a global, Specialist Provider of supply chain strategy and planning, marked a primary or major focus and well recognized in the market for overall SC strategy, network design (stand-alone project), segmentation, cost-to-serve, complexity or SKU reduction, etc., digital supply chain strategy, and SC planning/S&OP (stand-alone project).

enVista was also recognized as a global, Specialist Provider for supply chain operations, marked a primary or major focus and well recognized in the market for overall SC strategy, network design (stand-alone project), segmentation, cost-to-serve, complexity or SKU reduction, etc., digital supply chain strategy, and SC planning/S&OP (stand-alone project). enVista was also mentioned by Gartner as an example provider with business process as a service (BPaaS) offering.

“enVista is honored to be recognized again as a global, Specialist Provider of supply chain strategy and operations. From our view, for many companies, the global pandemic and events of 2020 have highlighted the mission-critical importance of supply chain resilience, agility, and optimization,” said enVista CEO, Jim Barnes. “We are incredibly proud and honored to be the number one trusted advisor developing and advancing supply chain strategies for hundreds of manufacturers, distributors and omnichannel retailers across the globe. Our clients consistently save millions of dollars annually through our exceptional supply chain strategy capabilities.”

enVista Supply Chain Consulting Leader Nate Rosier said, “What sets enVista apart in our strategy and operations consulting services is truly the depth and breadth of experience we bring to the table, coupled with our exceptional agility. We are not sending in an army over the course of several years to tackle supply chain operations, strategy and transformational projects. We assemble the right supply chain special ops team, based on the needs of the client, to come in and access, analyze, optimize and transform in quick succession. We are customer-obsessed and results-driven, always making sure our strategies align with the business objectives. This is what makes enVista the leader in supply chain strategy and operations.”

According to the Market Guide, “Specialist consulting firms, system integrators and other IT services providers are often an effective option in addition to the traditional strategy and operations consulting firms.”

Additionally, Gartner, Inc. states that “Consulting firms are providing ongoing supply-chain-managed or operational services (i.e., business process as a service [BPaaS]) by exploiting cloud technologies to cost-effectively perform analytics or operational activities for clients. Large established consulting firms have or are building offerings that enable clients to incorporate operational and support services to deliver enhanced capabilities and improved performance in supply chain functions. These include sourcing and procurement, supplier performance and risk management, transportation planning and management, and demand forecasting and replenishment planning. In addition to large, established consulting firms offering supply chain and operational BPaaS, there are specialists that focus on a particular functional area, such as portions of the transportation management process or aftermarket services deliver supply chain BPaaS.”

enVista’s global supply chain consulting services and enabling technologies include: supply chain strategy and network design; inventory optimization; robotics and automation; material handling and facility design build; systems evaluation, selection and implementation; a leading unified commerce cloud platform solution; demand planning and forecasting; supply chain optimization and workforce management; strategic carrier sourcing strategy; global transportation visibility and analytics; omnichannel consulting and much more.

Access the August 2020 Market Guide for Supply Chain Strategy, Planning and Operations Consulting here.

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Gartner, Inc., Market Guide for Supply Chain Strategy, Planning and Operations Consulting, Michael Dominy, Kamala Raman, 18 August, 2020.

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