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The Professional Journey and Accomplishments of Robert Deignan

Robert Deignan, since graduating from Purdue University in 1995, has been a leader in the technical customer service industry. While at Purdue, he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Organizational Leadership, and has gone on to establish two different companies, Fanlink Inc, and his current firm ATS Digital Services.

Robert Deignan noticed an increasing need in thousands of businesses for competent and high-performing customer service agents, both over the phone and through remote screen-sharing. Using his education and experience, he joined iS3 Inc as Executive Vice President in 2002. iS3 Inc is a software company that develops digital security solutions for different companies, and also provides customer support concerning the security systems for these companies.

Now with extensive experience in digital security, Mr. Deignan co-founded ATS Digital Services in 2011, and now serves as the CEO for the firm. Recently, ATS has been noted as the first call center certified by AppEsteem, a company founded by cybersecurity veterans from Microsoft. AppEsteem, based on input from government regulations, security firms, consumer groups, and others, certifies third party apps and related services. AppEsteem states that for too long, too many customers have been subjected to subpar customer service experiences, especially in call centers. However, ATS Digital Services has met all 39 criteria to become certified as a provider of premium support services to consumer software applications.

However, Robert Deignan is not just interested in cybersecurity and customer service, he is also an avid angler and has competed in multiple fishing tournaments. In 2016, Robert participated in and won the 79th annual Silver Sailfish Derby along with his team, Team Liquid.

Robert Deignan has been a successful businessman and entrepreneur since his days in Purdue University, and has now founded multiple companies, including the premier call center and customer service firm, ATS Digital Services. With his focus on providing the best customer service in the digital realm, he hopes to continue to expand his business and make sure customers are getting the best technical support possible.

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Facebook Privacy Issues: The Monopolies Identified by Shervin Pishevar Affect more than Economic Growth

Shervin Pishevar identifies Facebook as one of the 5 monopolies stifling economic growth. All are US companies. America has been considered the land of opportunity. Unfortunately, the world changed to where a few corporations exert significant control over its resources. Opportunities still exist, but global monopolies threaten the future of opportunity. Shervin Pishevar recognizes this.

Facebook is a true behemoth. Only such a large corporation could have crossed privacy lines with such magnitude as to echo throughout the world. Both the US and Europe are examining Facebook’s handling of private information.

The influence of monopolies extend beyond their business operations. This a primary reason why they have, at least, a certain amount of social responsibility. Facebook’s lackadaisical attitude toward sharing private information is more significant than most people consider. If not properly dealt with, it could set a precedent that finds Twitter and other social media platforms dismissing the rights of individuals who trust their information to these entities.

Since these social media giants influence global culture, privacy infringement could spread quickly. It is unknown what the lack of privacy and ownership of personal information would mean for the world, but there is a historical context to draw from. The United States Constitution acknowledges how important privacy is to a free economy. The nation grew strong, in part, because of this liberty. If the right to privacy and private property were suddenly revoked, there would be an uproar on a global scale.

The abysmal handling of private information by Facebook did not reach the level that Shervin Pishevar warns of. At least not yet. Social media is a global phenomenon. Its impact on modern culture is as integral as any pattern of behavior in existence today. Monopolistic influence on social media is a very important issue, even when privacy is protected. Similar to advertising on television, it has the potential to shape the thoughts of the masses. Social media platforms are supposed to empower individuals who have experiences to share. However, as Shervin Pishevar points out, a few in charge of this system can contradict the original intent.

http://www.businessinsider.sg/shervin-pishevar-strange-21-hour-tweet-storm-2018-2/

Louis Chenevert Proves He is the Wizard Master

What Walmart stores are to mom-and-pop shops, the United Technologies Corporation is to every other company in the aerospace manufacturing business. They are the dominant giant and many companies fear coming up against them. They control the vast majority of the market share and the only reason why other companies are still able to compete is that the United Technologies Corporation cannot acquire them or else it will be accused of becoming a monopoly.

While the strength of United Technologies Corporation is well documented now, there was a time when the company was so weak not too long ago that business analysts thought it would close its doors. The great recession of 2006 to 2011 severely weaken the aerospace manufacturing industry and the United Technologies Corporation in particular.

As they saw dwindling stock prices and executives leaving for more prominent businesses the United Technologies Corporation knew the writings on the wall. They put a phone call into Louis Chenevert and asked Louis Chenevert to come to the United Technologies Corporation and run as the chief executive officer.

Louis Chenevert knew that United Technologies Corporation could get through this recession as long as the Their wits about them. The first goal was to stabilize the company. He did this by managing the current costs the company was spending to create their product. In other words, he wanted to decrease internal spending. This was accomplished by adhering to environmental regulations, which save them $150 million over three years span, and transporting their own goods to their factories, which save them an additional $95 million over five years span.

Louis Chenevert would be crowned as the greatest chief executive officer of United Technologies Corporation ever seen. His hard work and determination cause the stock price of United Technologies Corporation to rise $37 a share all the way to a grand total of $117 a share. Not only was he able to accomplish that, but I several key acquisitions he was able to increase the net worth of the company to a total of $63 billion. He is now a consultant at Goldman Sachs.

 

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