No matter how many times I read this I can’t make it make sense:
While the process was laborious, for, as is often the case, because the computer systems managers have specified don’t report data of this kind, it resulted in atitudinal changes amongst engineers.
I think you have to remove “for” and put the “because” there instead, and then insert “that” between “systems” and “managers” to fix the grammar. And then add PARKLIFE! to the end. Obviously.