Robert Deignan is an expert in the technology business. His experience amounts to 20 years now. At the beginning of his career studies, Robert Deignan wanted to be a successful business owner and an entrepreneur. He graduated in 1995 with a B.S in Business Management from Purdue University. To begin the career journey, Robert Deignan co-founded his very first business called Fanlink. He had stayed three years after graduating. His ambition then was to get involved in knowing and understanding what it takes to have a successful business venture. The real foundations of his pursuit were the passion for technology and commitment to serving customers diligently. Robert knew very well that how the beginning would be was to build the foundation for more business ventures in future. After working with Fanlink for three years, he moved on to iS3 Inc. where he was the executive vice-president. This was a software company that served a vast number of technological needs such as digital security, personalized technical support, and computer optimizations even to date. His passion for technology could not be quenched, and all he wanted was to increase his knowledge in that field. These can be called the steppingstones for his future success that he owns today. Robert Deignan is the co-founder and chief executive officer of ATS Digital Services, LLC. He brings the company much wealth of experience and knowledge. He joined the company in 2011.
Most of the successes at ATS are as a result of his resilience and commitment. He has enabled the company to work out any issues relating to technology. These included the mobile devices, digital data storage, installation needs, or even home network issues among others. Robert emphasizes on quality customer services at ATS as well as bringing on board employees who are well seasoned for the technological work ahead. Robert understands that customers love how technology is sorting many issues and making the job easier. He is aware that it is an industry where things keep changing every time according to latest innovations and trends. That is why he is never tired of finding out new ways of making the lives of customers more easier. He has excellent ability to unite all employees with quality technical knowledge for the excellence of the company.
While free trade is never supposed to be a zero-sum game, in a globalized world, there will always be winners and losers. Those who have the most to lose are the advanced countries that cannot keep pace with the changes in fundamental productivity seen by their leaner and hungrier developing-world counterparts.
Shervin Pishevar is one of the most accomplished entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley. In a recent 21-hour tweet storm, he expounded on a number of pressing issues that are currently confronting the United States. One of the topics on which he held forth was the problems that an uncompetitive America will soon be facing in a globalized world.
Shervin Pishevar believes that the globalization of most industries is inevitable. This means that the United States will eventually be forced to trim the layers of fat that its clunky and corrupt political system has wrought throughout the land. As an example, Shervin Pishevar points to a train station that was built recently in China. The station serves a medium-sized city and will be able to handle hundreds of arrivals and departures each day. The entire train station, according to Shervin Pishevar, was completed in just nine days.
Such an incredible rate of construction is completely unthinkable in the United States. Projects like Boston’s Big Dig have made the U.S. notorious as a place where cost overruns and deadline misses are just a part of the public infrastructure landscape. But Pishevar warns that simply identifying that the problem exists will soon prove to be insufficient. That’s because train stations and other public works projects continue to bring China closer to and, in some cases, exceeding the productivity of the U.S. When China can produce steel at half the cost of American steel mills, hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars are in peril of being lost.
Pishevar believes that the United States will soon be facing a crisis of its political system. It will need to refine and reconstruct the systems that govern how it does business. Pishevar believes that many regulations will become untenable and government agencies may have to radically downsize.