Meet Robert Deignan: The creator of ATS digital services and former professional football player. Robert is a graduate of Perdue University where he majored in Organizational Leadership and played football for the college team. Creating ATS Digital Services is one of his most fulfilling accomplishments. ATS Digital Services is a platform that allows people to find solutions for common technological problems. Companies like ATS Digital Services has found success in solving problems related to technology. These companies are still finding new issues that arise due to the constant growth of technology and the adjustments needing to be made by people.
Some of Robert’s found success has been credited to trusting his “gut feeling“, which he believes always leads him to make the right decision. He also credits his success to the use of accounting software that has allowed him to keep accurate checks and balances at a lower cost than employing an accountant. He believes that checks and balances need to be included when one has new ideas that are innovative for the market. A person needs to be sure that the resources are available to bring a great idea to the market before starting the work it takes to build a great company.
In a recent article, “3 Reasons to Create A Healthier Relationship With Your Technology With Robert Deignan“, Gemma Cottrell brings to light that the public increasingly multitasks and this is a detriment to human production. Many people believe that doing many things at one time is more productive, however Robert argues that it decreases productivity and tires the brain. Robert believes that technology and social media has become addictive and time consuming, meaning that people spend time scrolling on their phones wasting time. This subsequently interferes with production and functionality of the human being.
Robert believes that everything should be in moderation, and when phones and technology become addictive there is a major problem that grows in our lives. People need to be more aware of the time spent using social apps that are not as productive as reading books, taking courses, and overall bettering themselves.