Cover letter for a tech company (5 samples)

This article will list samples of “cover letters for a tech company.”

How to write a cover letter for a tech company

When applying for a position at a tech company, your cover letter is an opportunity for you to tell your story, without being stuck in the formatting constraints of the resume. The best format for writing a cover letter is:

  • Address the employer with a formal salutation. For example, “Dear/Hello (name of the recipient).” If you do not know the recipient’s name, you can refer to them as the hiring manager.
  • The next step is to state the position you are applying for and how you found the opening. 
  • Make a brief statement about why you’re interested in the position. Write a paragraph about why you are the perfect candidate for the job.
  • State your skills and work experience. Ensure your skills and experiences are similar to the job position. When highlighting skills, provide the accomplishment you have achieved. 
  • Conclude your letter with a forward-looking statement. For example, “I look forward to discussing the position with you further.”

Sample 1: “Cover letter for a tech company”

“August 7, 2021

Hiring Manager’s Name

341 Company Address

Palo Alto, CA 12345

(xxx) xxx-xxxx

Dear [Mr./Mrs./Ms.] [Manager’s Name],

This email is in regard to my interest in applying for the [position] recently posted on [website]. With my skill-set and competencies, I am more than able to investigate several forensic examination processes and monitor security systems for multiple Fortune 500 companies.

While pursuing an Associate Degree in Information Security and Digital Forensics from Trident Community College, I have developed skills in reverse engineering, computer forensics, and networking and information security. This knowledge has enabled me to operate in Windows and Linux platforms and master multiple security principles.

I started my career as an Information Security Intern with Chicago Government in May 2011. Working under the direction of senior members, I monitored the overall security of the system and investigated likely loopholes. Using my academic and professional knowledge, I dedicated two years to Technology Smart while working in the capacity of Network Operations Center Monitoring Technician. Here I gained an opportunity to work in a Datacenter environment, improve existing documentation systems, and implement stringent measures to improve the overall network security.

I currently work as a Security Operations Center Security Analyst with Security Professionals Inc., where I have been able to further strengthen my technical acumen. I have attached my resume highlighting my academic and professional skills, and I look forward to hearing from you in due course.



Sample 2: “Cover letter for a tech company”

“Date: 1th Jan, 2009.

Jack Richardson,

323 South Avon Drive,

Milton, NY 10945,

(914) 555-2909.

Dear Mr. Richardson,

I am very interested in your posting for Manager in Information Technology field. As I have an extensive knowledge and background in computer field, I believe that I am perfect for this position. I can fulfill your requirements and expectations also as I am having eight years experience in computer hardware, software development along with management course in Information Technology.

In addition to this, I assembled PCs and given services technically for customers for one year. Because of this, I improved my communication skills and gained in depth knowledge about H/W and S/F configuration.

Because of Information Technology management at XYZ University, I am comfortable with working independently and in a time-based manner.

Please see my resume and consider me for an interview. Contact me on the above telephone number or e-mail me on I am waiting for your call.

Thank you for your consideration and time.


Thomas K Eden.

Enclosure Resume.”

Sample 3: “Cover letter for a tech company”

“Subject: Alison Windmere – IT specialist application

Dear Mr. Parker,

This is regarding your advertisement on Digital Hub for an IT specialist with Franklin Cyber Tech. I’m familiar with your company and would be interested in working with you.

I am an IT specialist, with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, frontend and backend development skills, and four years of professional experience in systems and software development. I have developed diverse software applications for various clients and many of these have high user ratings in online stores.

When I’m not working on software development, I continue to update my IT skills and improve my communication and time management skills.

At your convenience, I’d love to discuss how I can use my IT skills to add value to your company.


Alison Windmere”

Sample 4: “Cover letter for a tech company”


Dynamic Software Solutions, IT Department

From: Jane Doe, IT Specialist

(123) 456-7890 | |

To the [Company Name] Hiring Manager,

I am an IT Specialist with 4+ years of experience working in academic and classroom settings. As a part-time IT support professional for [Former Employer], I had the pleasure of meeting your company’s Assistant IT Manager, John Smith. After observing my work, Mr. Smith highly recommended I apply for this position.

As an IT Specialist for [Former Employer], I assisted in the design and implementation of a new business computer network that connected all departments through a singular digital platform. As a result of this implementation, communication efficiency rose by 65%, and time to complete projects decreased by nearly 50%.

As your new IT Specialist, I will bring a high level of quality and professionalism to help your company reach its digital goals. I am eager to further discuss this opportunity with you directly and am available to meet any weekday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The best way to reach me is at (123) 456-7890.

I look forward to hearing from you within the week and will reach back out to touch base after that time has passed.

Best Wishes,

[Applicant Name]”

Sample 5: “Cover letter for a tech company”

“Dear Ms. Burkholder,

I am applying for the ICT Technician job position with Kimball Electronics Group and my credentials match the requirements in your posting.

I have an Associate Degree in Bachelor of Science and over three years of experience working as an ICT Tech where I gained valuable hands-on experience in this field. My duties included setting up the network and servers for the company and testing the systems to make sure everything was functioning correctly. It also included conducting test, running diagnostics and troubleshooting problems to find solutions.

I also have experience reading schematics and blueprints, implementing patches and making repairs when necessary. I am familiar with a variety of operating systems such as Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 and I am familiar with Microsoft Office along with a variety of other programs.

I am team-orientated, dependable, highly focused and I have strong decision-making skills. I also possess excellent communication skills with the ability to explain technical issues in a clear and concise way. I manage my time wisely, so I have the ability to keep several projects going at once but I always maintain a pleasant, easygoing attitude even when dealing with a heavy workload.

I have excellent analytical and critical thinking skills with the ability to solve the most difficult problems and I stay updated on all new technology that becomes available. I am certain that I am qualified to hold this position and that I can be a great asset to your company.

I hope to hear from you soon and you can reach me by calling (555)-555-5555.


Mary Freeman

Mary Freeman”

Frequently Asked Questions: How to write a cover letter for a tech company

How do I write an IT application letter?

How to write an application letter

  • State the position you’re applying for. 
  • Explain why you’re the best fit for the job.
  • Summarize your qualifications. 
  • Mention why you want the job.

How do I write a cover letter for an IT manager?

“I am dedicated and passionate about all aspects of computers and am confident in my ability to be an asset to the team. As someone who is always excited to learn and develop my skills through practical applications, I look forward to the opportunity to improve both myself and the company with my talents as an employee.”

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