Robert Deignan is an entrepreneur in the software and information technology industry. He is the co founder and chief executive officer of a company called ATS Digital Services. With his company, he is able to help a number of consumers receive digital support for a number of technical issues. His company looks to help consumers solve technological problems on a remote basis. Whether a customer has problems with connectivity or troubleshooting devices, ATS Digital Services provides all of the support anyone needs when dealing with these particular issues.
Prior to beginning his career in the technology industry, Robert first attended college at Purdue University. While attending Purdue, he would play football on a full scholarship. This allowed him to study organizational leadership while participating in football. After he completed his degree program, Robert would get drafted to play in the NFL. For two seasons, Deignan would play for a couple of teams. In 1997 he would play for the Miami Dolphins and the New York Jets in 1998. Shortly after playing football, Robert would then pursue his entrepreneurial career. One of his first ventures was Fanlink Inc. This company would help give him the initial experience necessary to build on his entrepreneurial ventures in the future.
After running his first company Fanlink Inc, Robert would look to get involved in the tech industry. What helped him come up with the idea for a business in the technology sector was his previous work experience at a company that offered anti malware software. While working at this company, he would find out that his employer had problems getting software installed on a user’s computer. As it turned out, malware was able to block the installation of the software on a machine. Therefore, Robert and his company looked for a solution. This solution was having customers contact them remotely and talk about their issues. The company would then look to address the problems from a remote source. Using a remote source to eliminate the malware worked. As a result, Robert came up with the idea of using remote digital services to help consumers address any technological problems they encountered.