Robert Deignan is a tech expert. He is helping people learn how to resolve tech problems. He has created a company through which he can offer quick solutions to those who need them. It is a fact that many people who are looking for tech support cannot find it easily since most of the companies that claim to offer these services offer low-quality services. Deignan formed this company because he wanted to be the difference in this industry. He wanted to offer the people solutions that cannot be compared to any other in the technology industry right now.
A body known as AppSteem has recognized the work of Robert Deignan. This organization approves tech solutions providers who have achieved all the standards of service delivery. They look at the quality of services offered by the company and decide whether it is necessary to certify a company. The fact that ATS Digital Services has obtained this certification is proof enough that there is nothing that cannot be done in this industry. He started this company with a vision, and the vision has turned out true. He has worked hard and fulfilled the dreams he had of becoming a successful business person.
To understand the success story of this company, one needs to look at the journey that Robert Deignan took before he could establish this company. He graduated with a degree in business management from Purdue University. With his degree, he was ready to start a business that would quench his thirst for technology. He wanted to be a service provider in the tech industry, and he would pursue this dream to the end. To get the practical aspect of running a business, he created a company known as Fanlink. This company gave him the taste of running a company. After three years, he left Fanlink and joined iS3, one of the companies that were doing very well at the time. It had a business model near what he wanted. He knew this would be the best platform to learn about the needs of the industry. He would use the experience he gathered from this company to build his own.
Canadian businessman Louis Chenevert got his start at General Motors. He led their Saint Therese operations as its production general manager for 14 years. He then headed to the airplane engine firm Pratt & Whitney where he eventually became president in 1999. In 2006 he promoted to this firm’s parent company, United Technologies Corporation.
He started out as a director, was eventually promoted to president and chief operating officer, and in 2008 he became the chief executive officer. In 2010 he joined the board as its chairman. He decided to retire in November 2014. However, that didn’t last long and he now advises people on their investment decisions at Goldman Sachs.
As the top executive of UTC Louis Chenevert had a lot of successes he can point to. One of these was designing a new narrow body aircraft that is used by Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier. His company then designed new Gulfstream G500 and G600. They had replaced Rolls Royce for these airplanes who had this contract for decades. Another big success he says was being the sole supplier of F135 engines which he says forever changed military propulsion.
Louis Chenevert says that when he was leading United Technologies Corporation he focused on building small and nimble teams. He empowered these teams with the tools and funding they needed to develop innovative technologies. He also gave them a wide latitude of autonomy which he thought was incredibly important. The goal was to always make sure key objectives were met in a highly efficient way.
In order to succeed at the top of this company, he said that he always followed-up on projects and fully focused on them. He was also passionate about leading this company and always felt optimistic about the success of the company. He chose to not take part in internal politics and always made sure that his executives had the resources they needed to carry out their jobs. The worst job he ever had he says is working 2nd shit at GM when he first started out. He said the people he worked with had some really great ideas but the management of this company didn’t listen to them.