November 4, 2011, 12:22 PM

A Supply Chain Veteran Joins enVista

Davison Schopmeyer has joined the company’s supply chain solutions team as a managing partner. Schopmeyer brings over 20 years of supply chain consulting experience managing and implementing complex supply chain systems for companies worldwide.

Indianapolis, IN., November 2, 2011 -- enVista, a leading enterprise, transportation and supply chain consulting services firm, announced today that Davison Schopmeyer has joined the company’s Supply Chain Solutions team as a Managing Partner.  Schopmeyer brings over 20 years of supply chain consulting experience managing and implementing complex supply chain solutions for companies worldwide. 

enVista Senior Managing Partner Ken Mullen said, “enVista’s Supply Chain Solutions practice has been growing at an incredible rate. Davison brings extensive, hands-on experience that will benefit our clients. He has experience with over a hundred warehouse management implementations, and has expertise across all facets of the supply chain including labor management, inventory management, and order management.  We are extremely excited to have him join the enVista leadership team.”

Schopmeyer brings significant executive supply chain experience to enVista. Most recently, he served as Vice President at Manhattan Associates where he led several of that company’s professional service departments over his tenure there.  Davison led professional services teams in delivering order management, warehouse management, labor management, merchandise planning, inventory optimization, RFID and business intelligence projects.  Davison’s responsibility also included leading the Engagement Management area for Manhattan Associates.  That team oversaw the multi-product installations for some of Manhattan’s largest customers.  Davison’s recent projects, with some of the Top 100 Specialty Retailers, dealt with developing their strategies on inventory and order management from an entire supply chain network standpoint.  The central focus around these projects dealt with the visibility of all inventory and all orders in a supply chain including retail stores to make the best economic decision to source demand.  Davison also led the expansion of Manhattan’s Labor Management delivery team to include change management and the delivery of engineered labor standards.

Prior to Manhattan Associates, Schopmeyer served as Vice-President and National Supply Chain Director at CIBER (NYSE:CBR).  Over the course of his leadership, he developed several strategy offerings, a software selection methodology, and directed several  large ERP, CRM and supply chain projects.

Schopmeyer began his career at The Summit Group where he was an owner of the company before its acquisition by CIBER in 1998.

“enVista is an industry-leading supply chain company that combines an experienced team with exceptional supply chain solutions to provide proven results and significant return on investment to customers,” commented Schopmeyer. “I am extremely excited to bring my experience to the team and apply it to enVista’s clients to help achieve their business goals.”

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.

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