enVista anticipates continued demand for labor management programs from across all segments and sectors of the supply chain, including manufacturing, retail, wholesale and e-commerce industries
enVista, a global software solutions and consulting services firm, announces today that its labor management practice is experiencing major growth, making May 2019 enVista’s second-largest sales month in the company’s history. Demand continues to increase for labor management programs as companies struggle with delivering improved efficiencies and employee satisfaction in a tight labor market.
Tom Stretar, vice president and labor practice lead at enVista, said, “The continued increase in labor management projects is a confirmation of three key labor disruptors in the market today: the ‘Amazon effect’ where one-day and even same-day shipping has become a consumer expectation, wage growth across the nation, and low unemployment. These disruptors are requiring our clients to invest in their workforces through a combination of labor management and automation solutions to maintain competitive advantage.”
enVista’s labor management programs and strategies are comprised of: engineered labor standards and preferred methods, labor management system (LMS) implementations, training employee incentive programs and change management to help clients better leverage their associates as a competitive differentiator. The firm’s workforce management consultants are certified in Lean Six Sigma and bring extensive experience with LMS applications including JDA, Manhattan Associates, HighJump, Easy Metrics, NextView and homegrown legacy solutions. To date, enVista has completed more than 300 labor management projects.
enVista COO Davison Schopmeyer said, “As order fulfillment timeframes shrink and customer-centric commerce is mission-critical, our clients are challenged to find enough skilled labor to deliver. enVista’s leading workforce management and robotics and automation solutions are helping the world’s leading brands improve efficiencies and competitive advantage.”
For more information about enVista’s labor practice, please visit www.envistacorp.com/supply-chain/workforce-management