enVista’s Workforce Management Practice Completes Milestone 200th Project

enVista’s workforce management expertise remains in demand as companies seek to mitigate wage pressures, respond to omni-channel growth and improve employee engagement

Indianapolis -- — 

enVista, a leading supply chain consulting and IT services firm, today announces that it has completed 200 workforce management projects, enabling manufacturers, distributors and omni-channel retailers to significantly improve labor productivity and employee satisfaction. For the third consecutive year, enVista has achieved 100 percent year-over-year growth in its workforce management practice attributed to its exceptional distribution and retail store operations expertise, along with increased client demand for labor productivity programs based on wage pressures, omni-channel growth, and the need for improved employee engagement.

enVista helps clients leverage any or all portions of its workforce management program, including: engineered labor standards and preferred methods, labor management systems (LMS) implementations and systems training, incentive-based pay programs, and change management. enVista’s workforce management team includes more than 20 consultants that bring extensive experience with LMS applications including JDA/RedPrairie, Manhattan Associates, HighJump, NextView and homegrown legacy solutions.

“enVista’s workforce management practice has seen substantial growth because labor represents a significant portion of operational costs and we are able to help companies realize immediate and significant savings,” said enVista Senior Director and Labor Management Solutions Practice Leader, Tom Stretar. “Our experienced team helps clients of all sizes eliminate waste, reduce costs and enhance employee performance throughout their labor operations.”

Kent Kostuk, Industrial Engineering Manager at client Federated Co-Operatives Limited, said, “enVista took a holistic approach to the process and really focused on change management. They recognized that cultural change was required in addition to implementing a tactical solution and that was a key takeaway for us. Process adoption continued to improve as we expanded from operation to operation and we have seen a significant improvement in employee productivity and engagement throughout the organization, thanks to enVista.”

For more information about enVista, visit www.envistacorp.com.