After completing St Thomas Aquinas High School in the year (1988-1992) Robert Deignan joined Purdue University in (1992-1995) and graduated with the Bachelor in Business Management. Robert had a lot of interest in launching his own business, so he went ahead and ventured himself into business. He co-founded his first business Fanlink three years after completing school. Deignan had the thirst to understand how to create a good business. He had a lot of passion in technology, and this helped him to be committed and provide excellent customer service at the back of his mind he knew that the experience gained at the early stages in life was a key to unlock more future work.
Three years later Robert Deignan moved all the way up to becoming executive vice president at iS3 Inc., a company that deals with software and serves a wide range of technological needs which include personalized technical support, computer optimization, and digital security. His passion to venture deep into technology had the better part of him, so he always wanted to develop his knowledge deep in this field. This boosted Robert a lot to become what he is today a co-founder of ATS Digital Services and its CEO.
In many ways, ATS is the glory that Robert Deignan has contributed in the technological world. In this company, Robert ensured that all customer problem were fixed regarding mobile devices, home networks, and installation needs. What even makes the company more incredible and become the customer’s best choice is the range of services it offers and the plenty of experts it has to deal with issues like cellular repairs, program activation, and setup.
ATS company is so effective such that if granted with full access of one’s entire system, problems could be fixed online without anyone stepping to your home or even if the customer wants the expert to go to his place and do it practically. It covered all customer services including the small technological hiccups like fixing a new TV aerial. To Roberto Deignan, quality customer service at ATS is a priority not treating them as an inconvenience.