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Robert Deignan is a Co-Founder and CEO of Advanced Technical Support Digital Services, LLC (ATS). The company was previously known as inbound Call Experts (ICE). ATS was established in 2011 and is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. As a call center corporation, ATS offers technical support to customers via telephone and screen sharing technology.

Deignan regards focusing on the needs of customers based upon a holistic approach to compliance as the foundation of ATS. The company is a provider which can meet all the digital support needs of organizations. Recognized as a leader in customer service, ATS was the first call center company to receive APPEsteem certification. ATS participated in a detailed certification process by the APPEsteem in which the policies and procedures were evaluated and ATS was found to meet adhere to the rigorous requirements.

There were various leadership positions held by Deignan in companies located in Florida. Prior to his role at ATS, Robert Deignan was an Executive Vice President at iS3 located in Boynton Beach, Florida. The company is an internet security provider. Deignan worked for iS3 for nine years. Moreover, Deignan Co-Founded Franlink during 1998 and worked in the company located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for over two years.

One activity Deignan enjoys is participating in fishing tournaments. He has used his fishing skills to support community causes. During 2017 Robert Deignan won second place in the Carolina Boat Builders Fishing Tournament. The Dare County Boat Builders Foundation hosts the fishing tournament fundraiser and the organization has provided more than $531,000 in scholarships to students in the community. Additionally, Deignan was an Angler in the 79th Annual Silver Sailfish Derby which occurred in 2016.

Deignan is a believer in the importance of education. Robert Deignan is a graduate of Saint Thomas Aquinas High School. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Purdue in 1995.

http://thecoastalstar.com/profiles/blogs/on-the-water-team-liquid-snags-last-minute-catch-to-win-79th-sail (note: his name is not spelled correctly in this article)

Though man may drive nature out, still she returns. As an extension of natural law, the laws of economics are no more sensitive to man’s whims than those of gravity or light. Astute businessmen are, by definition, careful students of human nature and the laws of economics. This fact alone goes far towards explaining why many of the companies within Silicon Valley, particularly recent IPOs, have been colossal failures.

David Zalik, the founder and CEO of GreenSky Credit, is one of the few resolute pragmatists that one might find in the financial technology sector. He has famously quipped that startups not having $30 million in venture capital available is a good thing. That way, those startups have no way to waste $30 million. You won’t find bean bag chairs, complimentary pizza and ping pong tables around the headquarters of GreenSky Credit. Zalik prefers to pay his employees well, and, in return, he expects them to work.

But this pragmatic approach has eluded many of GreenSky Credit’s competitors in the fintech space. These include the IPO horror stories of Lending Club and OnDeck. Both companies have experienced stock declines in excess of 85 percent. But at the end of the day, all the foosball and ping pong tables may simply be the superficial symptom of these companies’ disease, rather than the disease itself.

Far more worrying is these companies’ obsession with one-world, neo-Marxist ideas like so-called microlending and attempts to radically circumvent the established lending channels. This foolishness has had the same predictable results of other well-intended but badly misguided programs, such as minority outreach programs of the Bush Administration for homeownership.

The reality is that, at the end of the day, no wishy washy rhetoric or newfangled theory of human capital can overcome the cold, hard realities of economic law. GreenSky Credit has wisely focused on creating value in the prime-borrowing market. Only servicing customers with 700-plus FICO scores. While its competitors were making 5-figure NINJA loans to street people, GreenSky was building a $5 billion company on sound economic principles. And it’s a solid bet that GreenSky will use that sensible formula to continue its strong growth into the future.

 

https://www.greenskycredit.com/markets-we-serve/