Ted Schaefer is Retiring After Twelve Amazing Years at Profit Point.
It’s December 31, 2019, the eve of a new decade and the eve of a new chapter in my life. Tomorrow will be the first day of my retirement after 39 and ½ years. It has been a nice ride, and I have been blessed in many ways.
Alan Kosansky and Jim Piermarini started Profit Point in 1995 with a desire to build a company that provided real value to its clients, employees, and communities. They have certainly achieved their goal, and I have had the pleasure of being a part of their team for the past 12 years. During my time at Profit Point, I have met many interesting people around the world, learned about new businesses and cultures, and been a part of the continued maturing of supply chain decision science. I’ve had fun, added value for my clients made a good living, and given back to Houston through pro bono work, all while working in the positive work environment of my home. Not a bad gig.
I have been fortunate to make a lot of friends along the way, and I’ll miss the conversations, and especially the humor, as I move into this next phase of life. However, I am looking forward to spending more time with my family and more time outdoors, bicycling, gardening and birding.
Thanks to Alan and Jim for building a great place to work and for their constant support. Thanks to my Profit Point teammates, colleagues, and clients for helping to make the last 12 years a wonderful experience.
All the best,
Ted Schaefer served as Profit Point’s Director of Logistics and Supply Chain Services. We wish him the best in his retirement! He will be missed.
What it’s like to be part of the Profit Point team. When you’re drowning in data, when the numbers don’t seem to add up, we provide the most strategic, data-driven, outside the box solution. The word “fun” means something entirely different to us. Show us a really difficult problem, and we thrive. That’s the kind of company we are and those are the kinds of people we attract.