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FAQs

  • What is Salesforce?

    Salesforce is the world’s number one Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. Whether a company wants to promote a service, sell a product, or organize a community, Salesforce offers a single, shared view of every customer. Salesforce’s popularity has grown significantly over the years and the company has made it onto the list of “Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For” for the past twelve years.

  • What are the best available Salesforce courses?

  • What does the Salesforce job market forecast look like?

    Salesforce and its ecosystem of partners are expected to create 4.2 million jobs between 2019 and 2024. The popular job portal Indeed included “Salesforce Developer” in its list of best jobs in the US for 2019. Salesforce’s growth is attributed in part to cloud computing’s increased adoption in today’s IT world, a popularity that has given rise to many promising technologies

  • What are the top job titles in the Salesforce field?

    Some of the most popular Salesforce-related positions include:

  • What is the average salary of a Salesforce professional?

    Salesforce salaries, like job roles, vary depending on the positions, such as developers, admin to business analysts, and product owners. Technical Architects command the highest salaries among the various Salesforce job roles, earning an average of USD 150,000 annually. Even entry-level Salesforce professionals have lucrative salary packages.

  • What top industries need Salesforce professionals the most?

    Many companies, including those on the  Forbes list of 100 World’s Most Valuable Brands, rely on the Salesforce platform and need experienced professionals. Top industries that especially need Salesforce professionals include Financial Services, Automotive, IT, Marketing, and Retail.

  • Which companies hire the most Salesforce professionals?

    These major companies have found success by using Salesforce, and are always in search of more professionals who know their way around the platform:

    • Schneider Electric
    • HCL
    • Unilever
    • Amazon
    • Edelweiss

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  • *According to Simplilearn survey conducted and subject to terms & conditions with Ernst & Young LLP (EY) as Process Advisors