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enVista announces acquisition of Business Process Improvement (BPI)

Leading enterprise and supply chain firm further expands its enterprise practice area
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 06, 2011

enVista, a leading enterprise, transportation and supply chain consulting services firm, announced today the acquisition of Business Process Improvement (BPI), a third party supplier of ERP Implementation, data conversion and software development services, focused on Microsoft Dynamics AX.

“BPI brings a high level of knowledge and expertise to the enterprise market space especially in Microsoft Dynamics AX,” said Bruce Eicher, Senior Vice President, enVista.  “Their products, services and people are top notch and it is reflected in their work. We are excited to have them become part of the enVista team and to partner together to further enhance our enterprise business area.”

“Joining enVista will enable us to carry out our business model of providing superior products and services to our clients on a much larger scale,” said Don Riggs, President, BPI. “Combining BPI’s extensive Microsoft Dynamics AX technical expertise along with enVista’s respected Microsoft AX and supply chain consulting practice is a win-win scenario for both of our companies and the market at large.”

The acquisition of BPI further demonstrates enVista’s dedication of providing the highest quality products and services to Microsoft Dynamics AX clients worldwide.  Additionally it supports enVista’s goals of continuing to grow and expand the company’s enterprise solutions practice area, including the creation of a specific application development and intellectual property focus.

About BPI
Founded in 1992, BPI provides ERP Implementation, data conversion and software development services, in addition to products that extend and enhance the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics AX and other leading MRP systems.

About enVista
enVista is a leading ERP and supply chain consulting services provider, delivering innovative solutions that improve profitability, enhance customer service and reduce waste from source to consumption. enVista provides exceptional value in its unique ability to consult, implement and operate. These capabilities, in combination with enVista’s deep domain expertise, enable world-leading manufacturers, distributors and retailers to leverage one experienced partner for all matters related to supply chain, transportation and ERP.  enVista is also a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and a member of Microsoft’s Advisory Board.

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