Dickran Babigian, Jr. is the President and senior consultant of Navix, Inc. a consulting and software firm specializing in financial management programs and systems to support the achievement of top financial performance. Dickran is a seasoned Chief Financial Officer and offers his clients extensive experience as a corporate executive at the Officer and Board level, as the Principle of Navix consulting group and as an Executive Coach and Consulting practitioner.
Navix specializes in software that helps contractors monitor and manage their most valuable resources – time, materials and money – to improve productivity and profit margins. One of the biggest challenges confronting business owners today is having meaningful standards of comparison for their financial performance. A meaningful budgeting and benchmarking system attempts to solve this challenge. In today’s business world, information translates to knowledge, knowledge translates to improved performance, and improved performance translates to increased profitability and better cash flow.
Prior to launching his consulting & software businesses, Mr. Babigian served as Chief Operating Officer of American Brake Service (ABS) a franchise company specializing in automotive repair services. In addition, Mr. Babigian served as a Foreign Exchanged Analyst for Data General Corporation in their International Treasury Department.
Mr. Babigian earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance and Investment from Babson College, in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
A personal and professional coach as well as an organization consultant specializing in training and development, Dickran Babigian brings more than 25 years of professional and personal development experience to your organization. With primary expertise in training and coaching owners and managers in the areas of developing and implementing financial performance systems, he provides an excellent foundation for your staff and organization in various areas including: budgeting, estimating, coaching, accounting, compensation plans, and benchmarking.