Robert Deignan attended Purdue University where he graduated in 1995 with a B.S in Business Management. The passion of Deignan was to be an entrepreneur and a business owner. A few years after school Robert co-founded Fanlink, this was his first business. The desire he has was to learn more about how to form a successful business. The base of the digital technology key executive was the passion that Robert had for the technology and the dedication to serve the customers. Robert was aware that the early experience was the best foundation for what he would do in future. He worked with Fanlink for few years then he joined the iS3 Inc., and here he worked as the vice president.
The iS3 is a software firm that solves a lot of technical issues that include the personalized technical support, computer optimization, and digital security. The passion of that Robert Deignan had for the technology gave him the interest to increase his skills. His earlier career has made Robert Deignan to be the person he is nowadays, he is a CEO and a co-founder of ATS Digital Services, LLC. Deignan was rich in experience from the role he played as a vice president and also from co-founding a company. In 2011, he invested his proficiency into opening ATS. At the ATS put efforts to ensure that company was able to provide solutions to any technological issue.
If you have some problems with your mobile devices, home network, digital data storage or installation needs, then the right shop for you to have them fixed is ATS. The knowledge of Robert in digital technology made him develop a culture of emphasizing on the customer service and the need of the company to have skilled employees who give the right output. The professional services that ATS provides have made it incredible. ATS has professionals in cellular setup, activation, and repairs. The desire of Robert Deignan is the clients to understand that it is from ATS that they are capable of getting the best services. This is because ATS has the best equipment and well-trained employees to fix all the technological issues.
Shervin Pishevar is one of the country’s most accomplished entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. In what little free time he has, he also manages to run one of the most popular Twitter feeds in the world of tech, with nearly 100,000 followers. Recently, the inveterate tech leader engaged in a 21-hour tweet storm, in which he addressed topics ranging from the role of the Federal Reserve to the problems that the United States is facing in staying competitive.
One of the serious issues that Pishevar sees coming is the generally failing infrastructure of the United States and the bloated and incompetent bureaucracies that allow it to happen. Shervin Pishevar says that the United States has some of the highest tax rates in the world. Yet the country’s taxpayers seem to get very little for the outrageous sums that they are compelled to pay.
Shervin Pishevar says that crumbling U.S. infrastructure is leading to serious problems for the country’s competitiveness. He cites recent controversies over tariffs as an example of one of the outcomes that follows from having poor infrastructure and unnecessarily high transportation and manufacturing costs relative to other industrial powers. As one example, Shervin Pishevar points to the fact that China is currently able to manufacture steel far cheaper than companies in the United States. This, he says, is largely due to the simple fact that China has a more efficient raw-materials transport system and has lower labor costs.
The problem with things like this, says Pishevar, is that the fundamental problem is not the unfairness of free trade but that the United States simply is not competitive on a global level. He says that steel production is but one spoke in a massive wheel of bureaucratic incompetence and infrastructural decay, which will eventually lead the United States to become a second-tier player on the stage of global trade.
Pishevar believes that America’s lack of competitiveness in nearly every major industry will eventually lead to the decline of the U.S. dollar as countries realize that it is no longer the best reserve currency. He says that the likely end is America’s slide into a third world backwater.