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Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Can You Make in Software Sales? 

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for a software sales representative is $93,130 per year. However, as sales positions are salary plus commission, top earners can make upward of $250,000 per year! 

Some of the highest paying tech companies for software sales include Oracle, SAP, Microsoft, and HP. 

Do You Need a Degree for Software Sales? 

Not necessarily. There is no post-secondary education requirement for most software sales positions. If you want access to higher managerial positions like senior sales representative or district sales manager (which are options in the career path), consider getting at least a bachelor’s. Certifications are another option to prove your skills to prospective employers and gain leverage for a higher salary. 

How to Become a Software Sales Representative?

You can start without a degree, so you might as well start without one. If you’re still in college, get hands-on experience through summer internships or placement. If you are yet to choose your major, any business-related field will help immensely in your future career. 

Working your way up the corporate ladder, you will find that post-secondary education helps, but your track record is the most important factor. Strive to meet and exceed your quotas – not only will your paycheck receive a healthy boost, but you will also become a more desirable salesperson. 

What Skills Are Required in Software Sales? 

Working in software sales is mostly about soft skills. Learning how to build rapport, qualify leads, prevent and/or handle objections is at the core of a successful career. While a lot of these come with experience (or naturally), there are sales courses that can help. 

Companies like Sandler Training are world-renowned for their training courses and certifications. Consider them, they do more than just decorating your software sales jobs resume!

Who Creates Jobs for Software Sales Representatives?

Top software sales companies include Oracle, SAP, EMC, Workday, and Salesforce. Software sales jobs in these firms pay well and employees report a great working environment (as well as nice benefits). Of course, any software sales salary depends on your location, experience, and track record of meeting quotas.