Robert Deignan is the creator of a digital support company called ATS Digital Services. The company provides technological assistance for customers across the globe. ATS Digital Services handles general troubleshooting and connectivity issues remotely. Robert Deignan grew up in Florida and received a full football scholarship to Purdue University. This was where he earned his Organizational Leadership degree. During 1197 and 1998, he was with the NY Jets and the Miami Dolphins. Although he is devoted to his company, he did not leave sports in the past. He is a competitor in offshore fishing tournaments.
Robert Deignan got the idea for ATS Digital Services form technical issues he had seen regarding installing software for customers. The issue was the anti-malware software was being blocked by malware present on the customers computers. The led to the malware being removed by in house technicians. This was when he realized there was an opportunity for helping customers fix their computers through remote connection technologies. This means Robert Deignan begins his days early. His days start with a workout in the gym with a buddy for about an hour. When he gets home he makes a pot of coffee, breakfast for his son and sees his wife off to work. He likes to spend time outside to organize his thoughts and prepare for the day.
The majority of Robert Deignan’s ideas occur when he is outside. Nature enhances his creative thoughts. He relies on his partners for different perspectives when an idea occurs or is presented. If the idea seems sound to everyone it will be launched in the most efficient way possible to help achieve success. He believes using remote technologies to repair computers is exciting. This provides an excellent option for anyone frustrated by malware, a slow computer or issues with a printer. These individuals can have their computer remotely fixed by a certified technician without the hassle of packing everything up and driving to a repair facility. He does not believe taking a computer to a technician is efficient and considers the process a waste of time. He is pleased people have adapted to the newer technology.