CONSHOHOCKEN, PA--(Marketwire - Nov 14, 2012) - Invata Intralogistics, Inc., a global provider of purpose-built intralogistics systems, supply chain and facilities optimization, software and controls, today announced the company has moved its Canton, Connecticut, office to a new Canton location. The move, which took place following the acquisition of Cape Systems' products and the merger between Invata and GRSI, was planned in response to the subsequent increase in business demand, realignment of staff, and corporate strategy to upgrade facilities and technology.
As part of the move, Invata has taken an option on additional space to accommodate planned business growth and the associated increases in staffing. The company has implemented additional conferencing capabilities and technology upgrades in the new location.
The expansion has been in the works for some time as the company embarks on the final phase of its merger and acquisition strategy: completing its realignment of resources and moving to a new location that is more efficient in meeting its overall business needs with room to grow.
"Our overall realignment of resources better meets customer needs," said Jay Moris, president of Invata. "We are now better able to meet our customers' needs as they seek a timelier, more efficient and effective means of communication. We expanded our ability to react quickly and more cost effectively, making us a more attractive business alternative for our prospects and customers, as well as improving the ROI of our customer projects."
The new office and shipping location is 50 Albany Turnpike, Suite 3020, Canton, CT 06019. The main phone number remains the same: (860) 819-3200.
About Invata Intralogistics (www.invata.com)
Invata is a global provider of purpose-built intralogistics systems, including supply chain network optimization, facilities automation, software, controls, implementation, and support, with a unique value proposition: An innovative coupling of process and technology that combines elegant design with excellence in integration and an unwavering commitment by Invata and its employees to delivering systems that result in a leaner, more profitable organization. Through a combination of leading-edge methods and approaches, Invata optimizes four key elements of its clients' operations and overhead -- inventory, infrastructure, transportation, and labor to achieve groundbreaking results. The company is results-driven, earth-conscious and focused on lifetime value, optimizing supply chains so they are more resilient and instantly responsive to continual changes in customer demand and supply chain conditions.