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 Communications brings simplicity to the professional phone experience with features that make us most productive, when and where we work best.

Our Story

  • May

    Dialpad launches its fourth and final product, Dialpad Sell for modern sales teams.


    Dialpad named an official launch partner for G Suite Add-Ons at Next 2019.


    Dialpad becomes certified as a Great Place to Work


    Dialpad opens new Bangalore office. Read more from our India Country Manager, Amit Kaul, here.

  • December

    Dialpad launches Dialpad Support for modern customer support teams


    Dialpad ranks #217 on Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 500


    Dialpad debuts on the Forbes Cloud 100 at #99


    Dialpad raises $50M in Series D funding led by ICONIQ Capital, Will Griffith joins board of directors. Read more in TechCrunch.


    Dialpad acquires TalkIQ and launches Voice Intelligence to supercharge business communications with AI and NLP. Read more in Forbes.

  • November

    Dialpad ranks #222 on Deloitte’s 2017 Technology Fast 500

    UberConference surpasses 1.5 million active users


    Dialpad opens new Austin office.


    Dialpad opens new Vancouver office.

    Dialpad raises $15 million in Series C follow-on from Section 32. Read more in VentureBeat.

  • November

    Dialpad ranks #186 on Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500

    Marc Andreesen joins board of directors. Read more in TechCrunch.


    Dialpad partners with Softbank to bring cloud communications to Japan

  • May

    Dialpad raises Series C led by Amasia, Felicis Ventures, Softbank, and Work-Bench, along with participation from original investors, Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz.

  • October

    Dialpad Talk launches in Beta.

  • December

    UberConference launches version 2.0 with no PINs.

  • July

    Dialpad raises $15 million Series B led by Andreesen Horowitz.


    UberConference launches at TechCrunch Disrupt New York and takes home 1st place in the Startup Battlefield competition.

  • May

    Dialpad raises $3 million Series A from Google Ventures


    Craig Walker, Brian Peterson, and John Rector co-found Dialpad.

Meet the team

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.

Portuguese, Tagalog, Japanese, Russian, Hindi, Mandarin, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, French, and Arabic are some of the many languages you will hear around the office.

Our San Francisco office has one 1972 Volkswagen company bus; 3 team flags; one sound booth; 25 (real) plants; 14 bottles of Tapatio hot sauce; 17 different company t-shirt designs; and one viral video that made it on the Ellen Show.

If you like music, our team has a member of the San Francisco Symphony chorus as well as a Filipino pop star... they may serenade you.

Meet our executives

Dialpad founder and CEO Craig Walker
Craig Walker

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!

Dialpad Chief Revenue Officer Dennis Dresser
Dennis Dresser

Dennis is the Chief Revenue Officer at Dialpad where he brings over 20 years of experience as a Go-To-Market leader in large enterprise software and hyper-growth SaaS companies. Previously, Dennis was the Managing Director at Anaplan during their growth & scale stages and held various sales leadership positions at Eloqua/Oracle and IBM.

Dialpad VP of Finance Steve LaCommare
Steve LaCommare

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.

Dialpad Vice President of People Tasha Liniger
Tasha Liniger

Tasha is the Chief Human Resources Officer at Dialpad. Previously, she was the VP of People at BlueJeans Network and has also held leadership positions at Cisco Systems and Topspin Communications.

Dialpad Chief Financial Officer Steven Love
Steven Love

Steven is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Dialpad. Previously, he served as the CFO at Mblox (CLX Communications) and Evolv (Cornerstone OnDemand), and also held senior leadership roles at Evolv, Affymax, Connetics (GSK), Informatica, Portal Software (Oracle), and Ernst & Young.

Dialpad Chief Marketing Officer Kieth Messick
Keith Messick

Keith is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Dialpad. Previously, he served as the CMO at Lucidworks and also held senior leadership roles at Topsy (Apple), Get Satisfaction, and Successfactors.

Chief Strategy Officer at Dialpad
Dan O'Connell

Dan is the Chief Strategy Officer at Dialpad. Previously, he was the CEO of TalkIQ, a real-time speech recognition and natural language processing start-up that Dialpad acquired in May of 2018. Prior to TalkIQ, he held various sales leadership positions at AdRoll and Google.

Dialpad VP of Product Vincent Paquet
Vincent Paquet

Vincent is the Chief Product Officer (CPO) at Dialpad. Previously, he was PM for Google Voice, co-founder and COO of GrandCentral, and Director of Business Development at Yahoo!.

Dialpad co-founder and VP of Engineering Brian Peterson
Brian Peterson

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.

Dialpad co-founder and VP of Telephony John Rector
John Rector

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.

VP of Legal at Dialpad
Lily Toy

Lily is the VP of Legal at Dialpad. Previously, she served as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Telenav. Prior to that, she was a corporate attorney at K&L Gates, Fenwick & West and Shearman & Sterling.


Dialpad Investor Rich Miner with Google Ventures
Rich Miner

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.

Dialpad Investor Marc Andreessen with Andreessen Horowitz
Marc Andreessen

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.

Dialpad Investor John Kim with Amasia
John Kim

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.

Dialpad Investor Will Griffith from Iconiq
Will Griffith

Mr. William J. G. Griffith, IV, also known as Will, is a Founding Partner at Iconiq Strategic Partners. Mr. Griffith has been a Partner of ICONIQ Capital since 2013 and co-leading its merchant bank including its technology and direct investment efforts.

Dialpad Investor Wesley Chan with Felicis Ventures
Wesley Chan

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.

Dialpad Investor Jon Lehr with SoftBank
Jon Lehr

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.

Dialpad Investor Kabir Misra with Softbank
Kabir Misra

Kabir Misra is the Managing Partner at SoftBank Capital, overseeing its growth stage investing, and is President/CEO of SB China and India Holdings.

"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."

Carey, Designer

"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

"I love the immense responsibility product managers have at Dialpad. PMs are responsible for the overall success of the product and smooth team operations. We have a deep understanding on how the product is being used, help drive the vision, and use data to make informed decisions."

Sara, Product Manager

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安達 天資

Dialpad Japanの代表取締役社長。Dialpad入社以前は、 ソフトバンク株式会社でクラウドビジネスを統括する部門においてGoogleとのアライアンス並びにクラウドサービスベンダーとのビジネスデベロップメントを担当していました。

杉水流 智之

Dialpad JapanのセールスならびにマーケティングVP。Dialpad入社以前は、Adobe SystemsでOEMセールスマネージャー、 GoogleでG Suiteの日本におけるローンチを担当、営業本部長をしていました。

泉 篤彦

Dialpad JapanのセールスエンジニアならびにカスタマーサクセスVP。Dialpad入社以前は、東芝、BEAでSEマネージャー、 GoogleでSEのグループマネジャーを担当しました。G Suiteの日本におけるローンチ、技術支援をしていました。