Austin, TX – February 21, 2017 — Baxter Planning Systems (Baxter), the pioneer and recognized leader in inventory planning and optimization solutions, announced 2016 business highlights today. Privately-held, the company was founded in 1993 and reported record customer and company growth, as well as several industry acknowledgements, last year making it one of its best years to date.
Baxter’s 2016 business highlights included:
- Over 20% growth including new business with global electronics and semiconductor giant, Tokyo Electron Limited and continued adoption of the Planning as a Service offering to supplement clients’ planning capabilities
- Baxter’s Prophet version 13.3 launch with improved user experience and capabilities for achieving inventory optimization
- SupplyChainBrain Great Supply Chain Partner – 13th consecutive year
- Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pro to Know – Jeff Bordinhao, Implementation Manager
- Austin Business Journal – 2016 Best Places to Work
“Our mission to combine technology and expertise to optimize service supply chains continues to fuel Baxter’s growth,” said Phillip Kennedy, President, Baxter Planning Systems. “Our accomplishments in 2016 help attract the best talent to join our team and provide a foundation for continued innovation of our solutions.”
About Baxter Planning Systems
Since 1993, Baxter has developed solutions that meet the specific demands of aftermarket service and repair. Baxter’s suite of integrated forecasting and planning applications enables companies to achieve industry-leading customer service levels while significantly increasing profitability. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Baxter is privately held, self-funded, and profitable. Fortune 500 enterprises and growing startups deploying solutions from Baxter include Nokia, Verizon, Tokyo Electron, NetApp, Nutanix, Carestream Health and many others.