Sorry, I configure iDevices for work. They are a pain. But then again, so are Android devices but not as much as iDevices. Yes, for the sales guy that knows nothing about phones, the iPhone is better. It's easier to train on. One thing I frequently come across is that sometimes the sales guy's phone gets messed up while he's on the road. When we were using Android phones, they can just take their SD card out of their old phone and put it in their new phone, download the apps, and all the settings are there. It's not the same with an iPhone. The settings are forever lost and the sales guys would have to call me to walk them through configuring their phone again.
Yes, I know that nowadays most phones don't come with micro SD anymore, but still, all your settings are saved to your Google account. If you lose your phone or switch phones, all you have to do is enter in your Google information and most of everything comes back. iCloud is not the same. It's too limited on what you can back up.
Most of the sales guys here are old and need a bigger screen to see (sorry for stereotyping). The iPhone 5 screen is still too small and the keyboard sucks because they always fat finger when they text. But the company just made the switch to all iPhones because of a particular app (not gonna say, but it is available for Android, just not Android 4.0 and above). The reactions from the sales team has been mixed. Half of them don't use the iPhone and still use their own personal Android phones. The other half don't really care because it's a company provided phone.