Two Baxter Planning Team Members Recognized as 2021 “Pros to Know”

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Eileen Nazaretian and Meagan Brosnan honored with Supply & Demand Chain Executive 2021 Pros to Know Award

Baxter Planning, pioneer and recognized leader in inventory planning and optimization solutions, announced today that two of its employees were selected as esteemed Supply & Demand Chain Executive 2021 Pros to Know. Both individuals earned the award because of their commitment to delivering on Baxter’s “Your Partners in Planning” reputation in the market by working closely with supply chain leaders to support field service organization and deliver transformational results.

Baxter Planning’s 2021 Pros to Know are:

  • Eileen Nazaretian: Eileen joined Baxter Planning in June 2017 as a Supply Chain Planner II, with more than 25 years of experience in end-to-end supply chain management across retail, manufacturing, and distribution industries globally. She has achieved multiple awards for performance excellence. Eileen’s success has been attributed to her high competence in delivering effective and viable business cases for change, outstanding leadership, and strong customer orientation. She has also made great strides by creating and implementing robust business solutions to exceed internal and external stakeholders’ expectations in multiple roles throughout her career. Eileen is extremely passionate about partnering with Baxter customers to offer guidance, opportunities for improvement, and solutions that follow best practice recommendations to achieve supply chain objectives.
  • Meagan Brosnan: Meagan joined Baxter Planning in June 2019 as a Supply Chain Planner. Prior to joining the Baxter team, she worked in supply chain planning and logistics for the U.S. Army. She has worked across a variety of industries, including retail, medical devices, and manufacturing. Combining her experience with her passion for problem solving, Meagan has successfully partnered with Baxter customers to help them achieve and exceed their supply chain objectives and implement improvements to business practices.

“Baxter’s PaaS solution is simply a game changer. They truly embedded themselves in our business, providing unique and scalable opportunities to drive efficiencies across our Supply Chain. We have had the great opportunity to engage with a skilled team – including people like Meagan – that works creatively to find solutions that address our business needs. They have helped us drive significant reductions in our service inventory since implementation. Their unique ability to ask the challenging questions and build relationships has resulted in a trusted partnership.” Tim Kennedy, Director, Service Parts Planning & Operations, Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions.

Supply & Demand Chain Executive received more than 500 entries for their 2021 Pros to Know Awards. Check out Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s website at http://www.SDCExec.com for the full list of all the 2021 Pros to Know winners.

About Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the executive’s user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, utilizing hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints, and unbiased case studies to steer executives and supply management professionals through the complicated, yet critical, world of supply and demand chain enablement to gain competitive advantage. Learn more at http://www.SDCExec.com.

About Baxter Planning
Founded in 1993, Baxter Planning was built expressly for the Service Supply Chain. Their software is developed based on proven best practices, industry expertise, and a partnership with customers to automate inventory planning. Their Total Cost Optimization methodology replaces spreadsheets and manual processes to deliver the best service level at the lowest possible cost.

As a worldwide leader in Service Supply Chain software, Baxter Planning helps customers plan billions in service parts inventory every day. For more information, visit http://www.baxterplanning.com.

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