They add value as a systems integrator.

Does this sentence mean:

As a systems integrator, they add value.


They add value. This value is about systems integrator.

  • You are right that the sentence is formally ambiguous - the phrase as a systems integrator could attach to the NP value or to the whole predication. In practice, I think any native English speaker would understand it as attaching to the predication unless there was a strong context implying otherwise. – Colin Fine Jan 3 at 12:39

They add value as a systems integrator.

There is as is a preposition and it is used to refer to the function or character that someone or something has.

So therefore you can say:

They add value in the role of a systems integrator.

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