Finding dedicated leadership in today’s market place is no easy accomplishment. But Robert Deignan has made that his goal throughout his illustrious career in technology business.
With over 20 years of experience under his belt, Deignan has earned the right to be called, “expert,” in his field. Deignan’s education started at Purdue University where he earned a B.S in Business Management in 1995. From early on he knew he wanted to be own a business and he took his entrepreneurial spirit into every endeavor along the way.
His first dip into business management was with a company he co-founded called Fanlink. While just three years past graduation, so he jumped in with both feet and created this company. He also had the wisdom, however, to understand that this was just a foundational experience which would later add to his expertise.
Next, Deignan went on to try his hand at being executive vice president at iS3 Inc. which was a software company. This was also another foundational step toward becoming the expert in technology and business management that he is today.
Today, Robert Deignan serves as the co-founder and CEO of ATS Digital Services. Through his education and learning experiences in the real world of business management, Deignan has the confidence and dedication it takes to be a great leader in a touch industry.
It is apparent that ATS is a great collaboration of all of Robert’s hard work over the years. He focuses here on bringing his knowledge of technology into real problem solving realities. The company deals with digital data storage, mobile devices, and installation needs for customers with home networks. Basically, ATS has technology trouble shooting in an easy to access stop.
Not only has Deignan brought years of tech experience along with him, but he has also brought a deep understanding of how to create a company culture that will endure. His understanding of leadership and team work makes all the difference at ATS. Under his leadership this company has flourished into a tech powerhouse which customers know they can depend on for their sensitive data and technology needs.