Arthur Becker is a technology executive and a real estate and financial investor. Mr. Becker attended Bennginton College, which is a private liberal arts college in Vermont for his undergraduate studies. He graduated from Bennington College in 1972 with a bachelor of arts degree. After completing his undergraduate studies, Arthur pursued a graduate degree at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He completed an MBA in business administration at the Tuck School of business in 1973.
In 2001, Mr. Becker was hired as a managing partner at Madison Technology Group. Based in Colorado, Madison Technology Group is a technology management and consulting company. It provides solutions in areas such as logistics, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management and business intelligence using software and management and process restructuring. Most of the clients of Madison Technology Group come from large consulting and tech companies such as IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
In 2002, Arthur Becker joined information technology company, Navisite. Based in Andover, Massachusetts, Navisite provides outsourcing solutions for IT services such as hosting, applications, and Cloud desktops and infrastructure. Navisite’s goal is to provide its clients with a way to reduce costs in their IT department through outsourcing while still providing a top notch quality service and reliability. Mr. Becker served as chief executive officer at Navisite and was also a board member from 2002 until 2010, when he left the company. Also in 2002, Mr. Becker became a managing partner at the financial investment firm called Atlantic Investors, LLC. See, http://perezhilton.com/tag/arthur_becker/.
Mr. Becker joined Zinio and became its chief executive officer and board chairman in 2012. Zinio is a digital newsstand. According to Fashionista.com, it provides people with access to over 5,500 different magazines through a computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet. To use Zinio, a person must download the Zinio application for their smartphone or tablet or the Zinio program for their computer. Zinio is based in New York City and also has a presence in Europe.
In a recent report by NY Times, Arthur Becker has invested in luxury real estate property in Manhattan. He now owns three luxury townhouses at 10 Sullivan Street that was developed by Madison Equities and Property Markets Group. Becker was one of the investors who put money for the luxury development to proceed and chose to take property as payback instead of financial equity.