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Integration managers help companies improve their operating processes and manufacturing systems. They use computer skills and programming acumen to review firms' information technology infrastructures and recommend improvements.
Integration managers supervise and train technical personnel, implement project management procedures to ensure timely completion of projects, and apply knowledge of communication installation techniques to client processes. They also review project plans and resolve onsite problems.
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Integration managers generally hold a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology or a related discipline. Senior professionals often have a master's degree. The average annual income for an integration manager was $101,000 in June 2014, according to Indeed.com.
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