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An Application Analyst is also known as an Application Systems Analyst.The primary goal of an Application Analyst is to create computer applications that ensure utmost efficiency for a company. An Application Analyst can focus on the needs of a company when it comes to the financial health, productivity needs, or growth remodeling based on data they collect through computer-based analysis.
There is a plethora of opportunity for Application Analysts with openings occurring in Consulting Firms, Banking Institutions, Government, Healthcare, Universities/Colleges and even Not-For-Profit Organizations.
Strong analytical skills are a must as an Application Analyst will need to skillfully interpret the data that they encounter during their research. Application Analysts are problem solvers. They must be strong communicators who possess the ability to explain their findings in layman's terms when required.
An Application Analyst must have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Computer Engineering or a related Degree. Some roles may ask for an MBA in a technically related field.