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In the last few years, Sales Ops has emerged as one of the fastest-growing and most talked-about parts of the sales landscape. Although a strong sales ops function has long been an important part of sales success, it is only recently that it has been getting the attention it deserves.

This new attention and perceived importance is great for people in the field, but has also raised some new questions. Toward the top of the list is: What does this growing attention mean for my career in Sales Ops?

This has historically been a difficult question to answer because Sales Ops can mean vastly different things in different companies. People in the role ‒ whether they are just a year into their career or well-established ‒ often find themselves asking questions like:

  • What role will I have in 5 years?
  • How much am I worth to my company?
  • What is the ceiling of my career?

We know how important these questions are to Sales Ops professionals, so we teamed up with Docurated to make a simple chart to help these people understand their potential career paths.

Check it out here. Hope it helps!

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Mike Baker
Mike Baker is the Content Strategy Manager at InsightSquared, where he helps distribute original eBooks, articles and guides about data-driven sales and marketing. He has a BA in English and Journalism from Oberlin College.
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