Mission: Make business communication great.
At Dialpad, we think of work as a thing you do, not a place you go. You won't find cubicles or desk phones in our San Francisco headquarters, just an open room full of energetic, extraordinary people with big ideas and determination to make the business phone relevant to the way we work today. Through smart engineering, beautiful design, awesome customer support, and high energy sales and marketing teams, Dialpad brings simplicity to the professional phone experience with features that make us most productive, when and where we work best.
The team behind Dialpad is what makes it a great place to work. We run ramen noodle restaurants, dance Argentine tango, grow award-winning bonsai trees, direct musicals, and whatever else we can do to keep creativity flowing, because we believe some of the best ideas emerge from the most open of minds. We’re a group of people hungry to do more, with mentalities that are inspired and ambitious. Our work is our biggest passion.
Craig is the Founder and CEO at Dialpad. Previously, he was Founder and CEO of GrandCentral Communications (now Google Voice) and prior to that, ran Yahoo! Voice as the Senior Director of VoIP at Yahoo!
John is a co-founder and the VP of Telephony at Dialpad. Previously he worked at Google as a Senior Software Engineer, building the telephony backend for Google Voice.
Brian is a co-founder and the VP of Engineering at Dialpad. Previously he was a Senior Software Engineer at Google, building the front end of Google Voice.
Vincent is the VP of Product at Dialpad. Previously, He was PM for Google Voice, co-founder and COO of GrandCentral, and Director of Business Development at Yahoo!.
Steven is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Dialpad. Previously he served as the CFO at Mblox and also held senior leadership roles at Evolv, Affymax, Connetics, Informatica, Portal Software, and Ernst & Young.
Steve is the Vice President of Sales at Dialpad. Prior to joining Dialpad, Steve led Enterprise sales organizations at Rackspace, Level 3 Communications and TATA Communications for over 15 years.
Morgan is the VP of Marketing at Dialpad. He was SVP of Marketing at NetSuite, and SVP of Marketing and Chief Creative Officer at Zuora. Prior to that, he held marketing leadership roles at Microsoft, WorkSimple, WageWorks, and Ixia Communications.
Steve is the VP of Finance at Dialpad. Previously he ran Finance for security software start-up Nok Nok Labs, and prior to that was Senior Director of Financial Planning & Analysis for Saba Software during their IPO and growth phase.
Erik is the VP of Client Solutions at Dialpad. He is a serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years of expertise in building Real Time Communications software companies, including Hookflash, Gaboogie, Shift Networks, CounterPath and more. Erik is also founder and former Chair of the W3C ORTC Community Group & former co-chair on the W3C WebRTC Working Group.
Khaled Saffouri is the VP of Commercial Sales at Dialpad. Khaled is an established sales leader, having spent 14 years building and running SMB, Mid-Market, Cloud & Enterprise US Sales at Rackspace prior to joining Dialpad.
Moses is the Head of People Ops and Talent Acquisition at Dialpad. He has spent his career finding talented people for Google, Adobe and Silver Spring Networks.
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Marlo is the General Counsel at Dialpad. Prior to joining Dialpad, Marlo practiced regulatory and telecom law with Goodin, MacBride, Squeri & Day, LLP, as well as served in the general counsel's office of CTIA-The Wireless Association.
Rich is a Director at Google focused on education-related technology. He has spent more than 30 years building and investing in innovative startups. Previously, he was a General Partner at Google Ventures and a co-founder of Android.
Marc is an entrepreneur, investor, and software engineer. He is the co-author of Mosaic, a co-founder of Netscape, and a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. He currently sits on the board of directors of Facebook, eBay, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, among others.
John is a Managing Partner at Amasia. Previously, he served as Senior Vice President at Mercuria Energy Group, Executive Director at Goldman Sachs, and Portfolio Manager at Korean National Investments.
Wesley is a Managing Director at Felicis Ventures. He was a Founder of Google Analytics and Google Voice, and a General Partner at Google Ventures. Prior to that, he held technical positions at HP Labs and Microsoft.
John Lehr is a co-founder and General Partner at Work-Bench where he invests in enterprise technology startups. Previously, he worked at Morgan Stanley in the Office of the CIO.
Teddy is an associate at Comcast Ventures. Previously, he was Vice President at SoftBank and held positions at Goldman Sachs and the U.S. House of Representatives.
At Dialpad, there is no idea too crazy and no task too small -- we work together to build products we’re proud of. If you're interested in joining us, check out our job openings below and send us a note.
"Working at Dialpad is awesome. Having the room to experiment and find that balance between function and aesthetic is what being a designer is all about."
"I love working with smart developers on a product that people want and need because it will make a difference to their business."
Mike, Engineer - Telephony
"Dialpad is a great place to work because the culture promotes team building and motivates me to work hard every day. I love working in an open, collaborative, fast-paced environment. I'm always growing and learning!"
At Dialpad, we love what we do, who we do it with, and how we do it. Our company believes in giving employees as much freedom (and responsibility) as possible to do their work and more. We strive to create an environment where everybody is valued, important, and will be given as much responsibility as they can handle or want. We have as many kegs on tap in the office (four) as we have pages in our Employee Handbook...which can be summed up in our corporate motto: "Do the right thing." We don't plan on policing people to do the right thing, they should just know what it is and do it. Work takes up a lot of time in people's lives and it should be a place you love to be at, with people you love to work with, doing things you think are interesting. And you should also be recognized and rewarded for your great work. Come visit us and see what it is like.
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I have been working at Dialpad full-time
Product timeline is well documented
The catered lunches aren't always amazing
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Dialpad (San Francisco, CA).
1. Phone interview with HR recruiter.
2. Video interview.
3. On-site interview.
I supposed to see VP but I was told that he was not available on the interview day. And I was told that the position is on hold. I wasted my time and energy.