Navin Mishra is a MBA from Southern New Hampshire University – ITM and a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt . He is an experienced finance and accounting (F&A) operations specialist with 20 years in outsourcing industry. He has strategically led development of several workflow, reconciliations, process re-engineering, operations management tools and setting up green field operations like Payroll and Financial Research.
In his Prior roles, his experience includes:
– Conducting detailed review of processes at UK’s Largest Bank and conducting assessment to offshore the work to India.
– Setting up P2P Shared Service Center for a manufacturing company from 29 different locations.
– Setting up Payroll practice for large BPM company. The work carried out included identifying software vendors, conducting due diligence exercise with customers and setting up the payroll.
– Setting up a Courier company providing services to domestic locations. Navin is a friend of friends. His patience and extremely positive outlook towards life makes him a talk to person in Social Circles and makes friends easily.
Sachin was brought up in a family managed business environment. While working with large companies, he realised that, the way large companies manage businesses is replicated at owner managed businesses, every businesses had a potential to grow, create employment opportunities and take on the large companies competition. Based on these principles, he co founded Corient to use his experience working with large companies at SMEs.
Sachin has worked for more than 19 years with world-leading consulting and services companies such as BDO International, Pricewaterhousecoopers, Serco Plc, across different client verticals including Manufacturing, Retail, Banking, Telecom, Real Estate, Travel, Insurance, and Financial Services. He has been associated extensively in developing Shared Services Centre for its clients.
Beyond his office hours, he loves to read Management and Spiritual Books, Coach budding entrepreneurs, shuttle between various cricket grounds watching his son play cricket.