A History Of Partnership
Greg Baxter develops a streamlined process for managing worldwide spare parts inventory management while working at Texas Instruments Inc.
Greg and Audrey Baxter found Baxter Consulting and Software from their garage in Austin, TX.
Service parts management software solution is officially named Prophet by Baxter.
Incorporated and renamed to Baxter Planning Systems.
Licensing model transitions from on-premise to subscription base, with Prophet software being delivered exclusively as a hosted Software as a Service (SaaS) solution.
First customer deployed with Planning as a Service (PaaS) solution.
Baxter delivers Network Modeling solution to same-day courier and service parts logistics pioneer SonicAir who is later acquired by UPS.
Baxter forms strategic alliance with UPS to be the preferred provider of spare parts planning software.
Prophet is enhanced with a time-phased planning model that enables planning of central warehouses and distribution centers.
Initial award as “100 Great Supply Chain Partner” by SupplyChainBrain with continued recognition in every year, 13 years in a row.
Insight consulting offering is launched, delivering analysis of service supply chains using Prophet’s total cost optimization model without the need for integration.
Best Practice Scorecard launched as methodology for Customer Success program and framework for product innovation and consulting.
Company is recognized by Austin Business Journal as “Best Places to Work” for the third time.
Prophet is enhanced to address unique challenges of “trunk stock” for field service inventory planning.
Baxter Planning Systems receives strategic growth investment from Polaris Partners.
Brand identity updated to “Baxter Planning” along with the tagline Your Partners in Planning.
Baxter Planning names Charles H Moeling as new Chief Executive Officer. Greg Baxter will continue to play a strategic role in the management and leadership of the company as Baxter’s Chief Product Officer.