Windstream Enterprise Selects enVista as Strategic Retail Consulting Partner

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Windstream Enterprise (WE), a managed communications service provider, has announced a strategic retail consulting partnership with enVista to combine its leading retail strategy and implementation services with Windstream’s Enterprise cloud and network solutions.

This combined offering gives retailers a one-stop shop for business consulting, implementations and ongoing technology operations.

“We selected enVista as our first strategic retail consulting partner based on its broad and deep retail knowledge and experience working for leading retail organizations,” said Justin Piotroski, vice president of strategic solutions at Windstream Enterprise. “We look forward to offering our retail clients strategic consulting from some of the best consultants in the industry.”

enVista brings to the partnership nearly 20 years of retail and supply chain consulting experience with leading global retailers. Windstream Enterprise is a leading provider of advanced network communications and technology solutions and Windstream Enterprise cloud is a service offering that includes turn-key services for implementation, support and maintenance of cloud-based applications.

“Partnering with Windstream Enterprise and utilizing their robust retail SaaS platform rounds out our strategy and implementation services with ongoing cloud and network operations and support,” said Gene Bornac, senior vice president, retail, at enVista. “Based on a CIO Approach, our combined solution offers retail clients the full range of consulting, implementation and operations (CIO) services.”

At National Retail Federation (NRF) 2020: Retail’s Big Show, executives from Windstream Enterprise and enVista will be available for discussions and meetings in the Windstream Enterprise Booth #5719 and enVista Booth #5849.


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