business analysis manager
A business analysis manager uses technical and organizational skills to identify possibilities for improvement within the business structure and implements systematic solutions. Through observation of company practices a business analysis manager must determine what both individuals and departments can do to be more effective. A business analysis manager has knowledge that encompasses accounting, information technology and software, as well as detailed knowledge of labor positions and managerial positions. Business analysis managers are also responsible for translating the user's needs into technicalities that can be implemented into improving the company while also acting as a filter in determining what is truly needed on both ends (consumer and producer).
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