Robert Deignan assures the success of his company by carefully evaluating the numbers, keeping meetings short, carving out time for creativity, and keeping business simple. As Co-Founder and CEO of ATS Digital Services, he believes in keeping customers happy by building trusting, lasting relationships.
ATS Digital Services, an in-house technical support agency, thrives on providing remote digital software solutions for its customers. Whether its troubleshooting mobile devices, protecting desktops and laptops from malware, enforcing operating system security or configuring optimal network connections, the company takes the stress and frustration out of resolving technological issues.
ATS is the brainchild of Robert Deignan’s former experience at an anti-malware software firm. It was there where he learned the efficacy of using remote services to enhance product capabilities, and utilizing strategies to help keep tech equipment running as efficiently as possible. With over 10 years experience in the software marketplace, ATS has assembled a range of functional and operational processes that satisfy without compromising customer confidence. The company is dedicated to resolving the digital needs of both home, and business based system users.
For Robert Deignan, strategic plans, support policies, and personalized communication initiatives are constantly revolving and evolving in his mind. Successful methods have grown out of valuable interpersonal consultancy, as well as workday downtime, and vacational outings. The mastermind nature of partner perspectives aid in keeping idea implementation practical, and timely. Determinations are made upon careful analysis of numbers, cases, and circumstances.
Mr. Deignan also relies on making intuitive, gut based decisions regarding whether something seems right or wrong. In his experience, ignoring such feelings can lead to both doubt, and regret.
Choosing the right investor-partner is a critical aspect of business for Deignan. More important than just raising money, these relationships should also be about exchange of ideas, networks, and influence.