Per can mean by means of, through, on account of, or for each. When used in these senses, per is an appropriate word choice. For example, power is defined as work per unit time.
However, per has also been used to mean according to. It sounds formal and acceptable. It’s really neither; the use of per in this sense is slang and therefore not appropriate for technical writing audiences. For this reason, the sentence in the cropped graphic above requires some editing.
More effective technical writers understand the differences between spoken and written English. Like lions and tigers, the two animals of spoken and written English are related but not the same! What may be appropriate in one medium does not necessarily qualify as appropriate in the other.
So per convention, stop using as per, and replace per when used to mean according to. More precise language use results in more effective technical writing, and that results in more effective presentations of both you and your brand.