Louis Chênevert was born in Montréal, Québec, Canada, in 1958. Chênevert had an interest in the business world since his childhood. Chênevert worked very hard to achieve success; it did not come easy.
Louis Chênevert was a student at the HEC Montréal Business School at the University of
Montréal, majoring in production management. As production manager, one has the responsibility of making sure goods are produced efficiently. Goods must be the highest quality possible, produced quickly, and at the lowest cost possible.
After graduating from college. Louis Chênevert became production manager of General Motors of St. Therese, Quebec. Guy Hachey hired Chênevert to manage the assembly line in Montréal. Hachey was a year and a half ahead of Chênevert. Every time Hachey was promoted, Chênevert took the job Hachey left. Close attention had to be made to quickly assembled vehicles.
In 1993, Louis Chênevert started work at Pratt and Whitney in Canada a subsidiary of UTC. UTC means United Technologies Corporation. By 1999, Chênevert became president of PW after he was transferred to the United States. UTC is in the aircraft building business. By 2006, Chênevert became the director of UTC, and two years later he became the CEO. Louis Chênevert can walk into a factory, and in 15 second he’ll know if things are running smoothly or not. In order to save cost, he moved UTC to Farmington, Connecticut.
As CEO of UTC, Chênevert had many successes. Under Chênevert, the company secured a $240 million contract with the U.S. Navy because they were happy with the F135 engine UTC built for them. Goodrich had signed an $18 billion contract with UTC. Under redirection of Chênevert, UTC created the geared turbo engine or GTF engine that’s capable of reducing fuel by 16 percent and emission waste by 50 percent. In six years, the UTC stock share went from $37 to $117 a share. When he retired in 2014, Chênevert left shareholders with an 84 percent increase of this initial investment. UTC was on top and doing better in the stock market than SP 500 that was 20 points below UTC.
Robert Deignan is among the few individuals who have led a successful career. He co-founded ATS Digital Services, a renowned digital solutions provider, where he serves as the Chief Executive Officer. Robert Deignan was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He was a talented football player that earned him a full sponsorship program at Purdue University. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership.
Mr. Deignan co-founded Fanlink as his first business venture with his friend. When he co-founded the firm, he was very young at that time. However, he knew that the young experience would equip him and would facilitate in running a successful business. He later got employed at a company that was providing anti-malware services to their clients. Here, he acquired vast skills and experiences which would impact him in running a similar company.
Having acquired such experiences from the first company he co-founded to a mega anti-malware company, he was able to establish and run ATS Digital Services. Since the establishment, the firm has incorporated numerous digital services. At ATS Digital Services, you can access the majority of services offered by the firm. According to Robert Deignan, ATS has concentrated on issues which are engineered against addressing any digital concerns of the customers within a short range of time. This has made them formidable in the digital services industry.
The Idea of ATS
Robert Deignan refers the idea of co-founding ATS from the anti-malware company he used to work. He noticed that the firm offered anti-malware services remotely to clients after a massive fight with the malware individuals. Robert and his partners decided to provide a variety of solutions including anti-malware solutions to their clients remotely.
About Robert Deignan
Robert Deignan starts his busy day with his family. His first task is to prepare his young boy for school. Afterward, he drives to his office where he recaps on the activities of the previous day. He also completes unfinished tasks as well as responding to emails. After long working hours, he meets with the other two founders where they look on the projections of the firm and create essential business ideas.