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I've an eclectic background as a developer and a history of wearing many hats.

I currently work as an IT consultant typically working on integration projects for 'Wall Street' firms. I'm also the firm's in-house web developer and server admin, responsible for our internal web applications.

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Feb
15
comment How can I express this fragment more clearly and concisely?
As I'm sure has been discussed on Writers Meta, it's hard to pick the 'right answer' in this context. I ended up blending aspects of both your and @monica-cello 's answers - but I could only pick one.
Feb
14
comment How can I express this fragment more clearly and concisely?
Indeed. Being troubled by the soporific qualities of either option was the principal motivation for posting this question.
Feb
14
comment How can I express this fragment more clearly and concisely?
Substitute "quant monkey" for "code monkey." And it's more data mining for "garbage in" when a whiff of "garbage out" is detected than debugging the ESP. But the difference is immaterial. As you say, the intended audience consists of the businesses and the actual use/purpose is ensuring the accuracy.
Feb
13
comment How can I express this fragment more clearly and concisely?
The reader has a very complex enterprise software product (ESP) that generates many analytic metric values. My product connects to the ESP (via API) to generate, collate and intelligently present the particular metric in question together with related supporting data allowing the user to troubleshoot questionable results or to document those specific results for recordkeeping/reporting purposes. Doing the same task using the ESP GUI manually would take hours to do what my product does in minutes.