Robert Deignan is the brainchild behind Advanced Tech Services, a digital service contractor based in Florida. He graduated with a degree in organizational leadership from the University of Purdue in 1995. After graduating, he joined Miami Dolphins and later New York Jets on a contract basis and after three years decided to focus on business. He started his first enterprise in 1998 and named it Fanlink Inc. In 2001, he joined iS3 a software company that specialized in technical support, computer optimization and internet security.
Having served as the director general for iS3 and founder of Fanlink, he had gained enough experience to start up and run an organization and together with his partners established ATS digital services. Robert Deignan has hired a team of skilled personnel to operate with him and has trained them on his principles of combining customer care and their technical know-how. ATS core values have earned it an AppEsteem certification, having accomplished all 39 parameters needed for call center certification. Robert is determined to let all their clients know that they are receiving the best services in the industry and is so grateful that more consumers are becoming more receptive to these remote technologies that come in handy when they need to fix their computers.
The company that thrives on giving personal attention to all their customers deals with all technical issues including mobile phone hitches, digital data storage, and setups. Clients who have allowed ATS access their systems get all their problems solved remotely through a phone call. However, issues that require the services of a technician on the spot like mounting a TV or setting up smart technologies, ATS will send experts to the location and get the work done efficiently.
Robert Deignan has had a chance to integrate his major passions, customer care, and digital technology and develop a significant player in the software industry. Besides these two, he is passionate about sailing and has competed in several silver Sailfish Derbies that take place annually. He won the 79th derby and had been seen attending boat builders’ tournaments like the one that took place in Carolina.