Robert Deignan is one of the co-founders of Advanced Tech Support Digital Services. Currently, Robert serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the company. ATS Digital Services is a tech-based company that helps clients with technology-related issues such as slow computers and faulty networks. Under the leadership of Robert Deignan, the company was certified by AppEsteem Corporation to offer premium support services.
Robert graduated from Purdue University in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership. Before co-founding ICE, Mr. Deignan served as the Executive Vice President of iS3, Inc. iS3, Inc. is a company that provides anti-spyware software. Robert Deignan was also the co-founder of Fanlink, Inc.
Robert Deignan has specialized in the e-commerce section of the technology sector. His professional accomplishments are proof that Robert is a leader in the tech industry. In addition, Robert’s skills in e-commerce, startups, and SEO make him a great leader in the IT help service sector. One of his latest achievements was guiding ATS Digital Services until the AppEsteem Corporation certified it. ATS Digital Services managed to be the first call center to be approved by AppEsteem Corporation.
Besides, starting new companies, Robert Deignan is a tech advisor. In one of his recent posts, he advised people on how to remain relevant even with the rise of automation. According to Robert, some employees will remain indispensable, despite the fast rise of automation. One of the ways to ensure you remain productive is to embrace technology rather than fighting against it.
Robert reassured people that their jobs are still safe as machines cannot perform tasks that involve a lot of data processing is quite difficult to implement. Some of the jobs that are more secure include those that require intuitive decision making, extensive training, and flexibility to different environments. Jobs that demand strong interpersonal skills such as teaching, counselling and social work demand significant improvement in technology to automate them.
Even with automation, most people will always choose human interactions over machines in certain circumstances. Robert Deignan advised people to consider jobs that are considered safe from automation. Learning the skills required for those jobs will be adequate preparation for a future that will rely on automation so much.