Robotics testing facility and practice expands enVista’s automation capabilities and provides clients customized solutions to significantly improve manufacturing and distribution efficiencies
enVista, a leading global software solutions and consulting services firm, announced at ProMat 2019 the launch of its new Robotics Practice to help companies overcome critical labor shortages in distribution and manufacturing in order to improve efficiencies and competitive advantage. enVista engineers are proving out the value and application of robotics solutions and developing custom solutions for clients in its state-of-the-art robotics lab and testing facility in Chicago, Illinois.
enVista’s robotics solutions include: proof of concept testing; operational assessments; modeling and analytics; custom test environments; automation assessments; tailored engineering solutions; and a full robotics innovation and testing facility with industry-leading Fanuc robots. enVista brings nearly 20 years of experience in supply chain strategy, operations and system implementations to develop and provide unbiased, customized solutions that address clients’ unique business requirements.
enVista is a leading global software solutions and consulting services firm enabling enterprise commerce for the world’s leading manufacturers, distributors and omni-channel retailers. enVista uniquely delivers both physical and digital commerce solutions – optimizing supply chain efficiencies to drive cost savings, and unifying commerce to drive customer engagement and revenue. These comprehensive capabilities, combined with enVista’s market-leading Unified Commerce Platform, and the firm’s ability to consult, implement and operate across supply chain, transportation, IT, enterprise business solutions and omni-channel commerce, allow mid-market and Fortune 100/5000 companies to leverage enVista as a trusted advisor across their enterprises. Consulting and solutions delivery is in our DNA.
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