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Robert Deignan Helps Secure the Future of Call Centers

Robert Deignan is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of ATS Digital Services. He is a Business Management graduate of Purdue University, and he finished high school at the Aquinas High School.

Advanced Tech Support (ATS) has broadcasted a milestone in the industry. The company asserts that they are the very first call center that was AppEsteem Corporation certified to offer exceptional support services for applications on consumer software.

Established by a group of Microsoft cybersecurity experts, AppEsteem endorses applications and related services, and ATS Digital Services was able to meet all the required thirty-nine parameters necessary for AppEsteem’s certification of a call center.

From 2001, ATS has delivered technical support to more than a hundred thousand clients through distant access screen sharing technologies as well as over the phone.

Robert Deignan, ATS’s CEO, said that the pillar of their organization is their inclusive and consumer-focused compliance method of running the company. He also stated that when they began the review procedure in January, they realized that they have already met majority of the requirements of AppEsteem. And at that point it was an easy decision to pledge, be certified, and inform the regulators, security companies, and software vendors that ATS is managed at a high level of standard, especially on consumer-friendly applications and procedures.

The AppEsteem call center prerequisites are founded on the feedback given by the consumer groups, call centers, the software industry, security companies, law enforcement, and government regulators. With the inclusion of the additional requirements by AppEsteem, all the conditions are fashioned to secure clients while assisting in the development of a more maintainable downloading industry for healthy software.

Paul Herdsman, the Chief Operating Officer of ATS Digital Services, commented that the verification process must be implemented by AppEsteem, a company who has reputable credentials.

ATS Digital Services has a main office at Boca Raton, Florida. It was established in 2011 to make sure that clients are provided with an excellent standard of products and services to keep them wholly satisfied.

https://www.inthebite.com/2016/01/79th-silver-sailfish-derby-starts-tomorrow/

UTC is Alive Today because of Wisdom

The United Technologies Corporation is by far the most dominant aerospace manufacturer in all of North America. They single-handedly equip the majority of corporate and privately owned airlines with fly sensors, autopilot mechanisms, landing gear, and jet engines. While it is the most dominant company in its industry today, this was not always the case.

Between the years 2006 and 2011 the world faced the great recession. As the housing market imploded in the United States of America it sent ripples worldwide. Countries such as Greece and Portugal ended up declaring bankruptcy because of what happened here.

Many industries were affected by the global recession and that included the aerospace manufacturing industry. Many business analysts thought that the clock was counting down concerning the United Technologies Corporation. In their times of desperate need they brought in the big guns. They hired the Chief Executive Officer Louis Chenevert.

Chenevert was able to not only keep United Technologies Corporation afloat, but he was able to nearly triple the stockholder price.

When Chenevert arrived at United Technologies Corporation he merely set to work with three strategies to secure this company’s future. The first strategy was cost-cutting. He knew that during this time of recession, increasing profits would be a very difficult task. Rather than increasing the input, he knew the best strategy would be to decrease the output. By moving several factories close to one another and internally moving their own supplies, he was able to save the company $150 million over a span of five years.

He also stabilized the company by offsetting the deficit. To do this he acquired companies that held strategic value and military contracts and corporate infrastructure.

These wise business moves enabled him to take United Technologies Corporation and move their share price from $37 a share to $117 a share. During his time, he increased the company’s value to the $3 billion. In return for this work, he was awarded a $14 million compensation package.

Chenevert now works for Goldman Sachs as a consultant working in the executive branch division to provide them great Council.

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