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enVista named to 2015 Indianapolis Business Journal fastest-growing companies list

enVista, a supply chain consulting and IT services firm, announces it has been named to the Indianapolis Business Journal Fastest-Growing Companies list. With a three-year revenue growth of 77 percent, the company ranked on the list’s "Fast 25," which includes the top 25 private companies in the city. Contributing to enVista’s growth is the company’s commitment to client service and its ongoing expansion of solutions that help clients reduce costs and eliminate waste throughout their supply chains.

“We are honored to once again be listed among some of the most promising companies in Indianapolis and across the state of Indiana,” said enVista President and CEO Jim Barnes. “By focusing on building client relationships and value, enVista has been able to build its base of long-term clients and offer innovative solutions that have evolved with their requirements.” 

Barnes added, “enVista currently employs 410 global associates and that includes 145 associates in Indiana, and we continue to recruit and hire from all of the major state universities. enVista also provides local supply chain training and thought leadership for Vincennes University’s Logistics Education and Training program. In addition, our organization actively supports several local charities with contributions of our associates’ time and our monetary support, including Outreach and Habitat for Humanity. We are happy to build our roots here in Indiana as we look toward future growth.” 

As a global firm, enVista also has operations based in Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom. In 2014, enVista attained record revenue and met its top line revenue target and earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) objectives. The also company grew its associate base by 40 percent last year.