Increased Adoption of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Supply Chain Expertise Bring Continued Growth for enVista’s Microsoft Practice


enVista, a leading global consulting and software solutions firm, today announces that its Microsoft Practice has achieved a compounded growth of 56 percent over the past two years. The accelerated growth rate has been attained through enVista’s deep supply chain expertise and the firm’s successful implementation of Microsoft’s investment in core areas of supply chain and warehouse management.

enVista launched its Microsoft Practice in 2008 and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with unmatched supply chain strategy consulting, process improvement and technical/functional expertise for a full range of platform solutions, business productivity applications, and collaboration tools, including: SharePoint, Power BI, Office 365, Dynamics, and Azure.

“As our Microsoft team continues to grow, we remain committed to providing strategic solutions to help increase productivity, cut costs, and enable informed responses to today’s rapidly changing business environments. On the ERP side, we’ve not only seen more companies adopt Microsoft Dynamics 365 to manage their business operations but also choose to use Dynamics’ Advanced Warehouse module as a warehouse management system due to its ease of implementation and improved functionality,” said enVista COO, Davison Schopmeyer.

Microsoft’s Advanced Warehouse module has a wide range of features to support warehouse facilities and is fully integrated with other business processes in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations such as transportation, manufacturing, quality control, purchase, transfer, sales and returns.

Schopmeyer noted, “enVista’s strong supply chain background from supply chain strategy to facility design, coupled with our knowledge of the Microsoft warehouse management module provides our customers with application support and the functional knowledge to realize the most value out of the system. enVista is proud to act as a key advisor that can address supply chain needs outside of the traditional enterprise technology scenarios.”

Steve Gary, enVista vice president of enterprise solutions added, “From a business application perspective, our skilled experts provide support across everything the Microsoft platform has to offer for both sales and field services, including next-gen workplace applications from SharePoint, Power BI and Office 365. Additionally, enVista’s managed services solutions on Microsoft’s Azure platform enables clients to fully utilize Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations while managing their overall IT investment.”

Due to the growth in enVista’s Microsoft Practice, the firm is looking to expand its dedicated team of experts. If you are interested in being part of enVista’s Microsoft Practice, please visit

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