Functions as the key leader in the company who owns all FA&D business in the Americas and globally. Ensures PTC’s amazing “Out of the Box” software solutions are provided to the customer thereby ensuring immediate and significant value. Staying abreast of industry trends, ensures PTC remains the “thought leader” in the FA&D sector and provides education on leading edge software solutions. Establishes the tone and momentum to gain “first to market” solutions in this key organization and spearheads strategic plans and new offerings based on expertise in industry and government. Develops the operational plans that encompasses the FA&D sector for the company, and establishes partnerships with key leaders in FA&D. Communicates PTC’s commitment to the industry externally to all parties in the “Congress to Warfighter” value chain. Ensures the sales team is equipped to fully demonstrate the technical solutions to our customers and clients. Leads new technology demonstrations to customers around the globe. Responsible for the second largest revenue engine for PTC.
Prior to this role, Brent was the VP of FA&D Business Development where he was responsible for the establishment of a new FA&D business unit.
General Baker was the Vice Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The command employs some 80,000 people and manages $60 billion annually in research, development, test and evaluation, while providing the acquisition management services and logistics support required to develop, procure and sustain Air Force weapon systems.
He also directed policy and procedures affecting AFMC aircraft maintenance, munitions, supply, logistics plans, transportation and packaging methods, and logistics data systems. Finally, as the staff lead for logistics and life cycle sustainment issues, General Baker planned and coordinated product support and acquisition logistics for fielded and emerging Air Force weapon systems.