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Introduction: Good Morning  
Good morning all,



Here to learn and use proven techniques from field veterans and new BAs. I currently work in a retail and sales environment in Phoenix Az as IT Business Analyst. I do not have a strong IT background but have been involved with many departments and their procedures.
 
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