If reading the previous sentence caused you to become angered and prepared to argue, instead of curious as to why I might say that, you're super-double-extra doomed with a side of "cheque please".

The problem with self-identification as a minion-class button-pusher lies in the scope of awareness and the breadth of apathy.

They design solutions by considering factors and elements outside the scope of the implementation of the technology.

They view things related to business needs, business processes, laws, regulations, diplomacy, user experience concerns and documentation as "necessary evils" to be avoided if at all possible.

What percentage of the company's monthly revenue is reasonable to be subscription fees for IT products and services?

Whether or not your insert technology is up and running today is a very short-term problem requiring a very short-term focus.

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