The author of this answer claims to represent a company asked about in the original question. This user just joined the site 45 minutes prior to posting the answer. They're currently listed as 'unregistered' on their SE profile.
I did a quick google search and there is someone with the same first name who works at the company they claim.
I can't say that the person posting this answer is the same person who works at that company. Because of the nature of the question, I think if this person is who they say they are would lend credibility to the answer. If not, the answer is deliberately misleading.
The privilege of reviewing first-time questions and answers according to the guidance provided in the Help Center:
The purpose of this queue is to give special attention to users who may need to be educated on some aspect of our model and to posts that are more likely to need improvement.
I'm not sure how to guide this new user in a way that would improve their answer. Is asking for proof they are who they say they are the best way? Maybe asking them to update their profile with info and links that would help people evaluate their authority on the answer?
What would be the best approach to take for such a review in order to help a new user as well as others who might have similar questions.