Technology is growing quickly than most people can wrap their heads around, and this has fueled mixed feelings from folks who are either excited or uncertain about the leap. Robert Deignan, the Founder of ATS Digital Services, is delighted and inspired by technology. In fact, he built his career by aligning himself to technology, and digging deep to come up with inventive ways of using technology, to solve daily life challenges. He founded ATS Digital Services in 2011 after serving iS3 for close to a decade as the Executive Vice President.
Not only is Robert Deignan a tech-enthusiast, but he is also a profound leader who has the natural charisma and charm that inspires people to give the best shot in their jobs. His demeanor and attitude are, perhaps, inspired by his natural liking for sports, a hobby he picked up at the St. Thomas Aquinas High School, where he played football. Today, amid his buzzing schedule as the chief executive officer of ATS, Robert still finds time for sports and offshore fishing. He sees his sports time very useful to his personal life, and also to his career because, it gives him time off the computers, which he uses to brainstorm on new ideas.
Robert success at ATS Digital Services is not a child of fate or by sheer luck; but it’s inspired by professionalism, and his ability to think outside the box. He shares the same outlook regarding automation and its tagging effects. According to Robert, people should not oppose automation or feel intimidated by robots. Instead, learning how to work with robots to achieve the best results is the way to go. Robert concurs that automation will trigger widespread loss and disruption of most jobs, but along it, new opportunities will crop up for those who reorient their mindset and skillset.
More about Robert Deignan
Robert studied Organizational Leadership at Purdue University after securing a football scholarship. In the earlier days during his profession, he worked with the NY Jets and Miami Dolphins, before co-founding Fanlink, Inc. However, the company did not perform as expected, and closed down after some years. Robert moved on to work with iS3, and later established ATS Digital Services.