enVista Finalizes Acquisition of HCM Systems


enVista Finalizes Acquisition of HCM Systems

By Luke Bellos

Global consulting and managed services firm enVista has announced the company has officially acquired HCM Systems, a former business partner of the company that specialized in system integrations for the manufacturing and distribution sector.

The acquisition, which was completed on July 1st, 2021, marks a significant step for the global development of enVista, and will enable business customers in new markets to take advantage of production enhancement to assist with reductions in the labor force.

“Demand for automated solutions has never been greater due to surging ecommerce demands, coupled with ongoing labor shortages,” commented Jim Barnes, CEO of enVista. “enVista and HCM’s combined expertise across process optimization, labor management, facility design, engineering, robotics and systems selection and implementation will optimize manufacturing and distribution operations and accelerate time to value. This acquisition also strategically expands HCM’s and enVista’s global growth, client base and revenue opportunities.”

enVista primarily focused on digital solutions to boost productivity, including robotics, automation, analytics and software. With the additional support of HCM’s system hardware and accessories, customers will have a one-stop resource for making business operations exponentially more efficient.

As a long-term partner of enVista, we have had the opportunity to work side-by-side with their leadership and project teams and observe their talent, integrity, passion and commitment to delivering client results,” added Charlie Hillebold, President of HCM Systems. “We are very proud to officially join enVista. This move will bring added value to our HCM client base that will benefit from a single solutions partner to solve their complex supply chain and commerce challenges, and our associates will certainly benefit from expanded professional growth opportunities. I am excited for what the future holds for our combined organizations.”

Edited by Maurice Nagle

Editor, MSPToday

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