From plane engines to big data precision agriculture, every large operating system needs an expert “mechanic.” IT configurators work to understand an organization’s goals, identify “gaps” in current software functionality and then implement solutions by configuring and optimizing software programs. They may oversee and manage the configuration of new and existing software, evaluate program versions and ensure that ongoing functionality is consistently improved.
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