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.
A Dialpad History
Firespotter Labs launches as a product accelerator, building web and mobile apps to bring innovation to large, antiquated industries.
“While he’s excited about Nosh, Walker says that Firespotter has more in the pipeline—he hopes that once the team is running at full speed, they’ll be shipping three or four new products a year.”
Jason Kincaid, TechCrunch
Time Magazine names the Nosh 404 page “The Best 404 Page in Internet History.”
We move our headquarters from Pleasanton, CA to the Financial District in San Francisco.
Firespotter creates NoshList, an iPad waitlist app for restaurants. Built to replace paper waitlists. NoshList sat one million diners in its first 75 days of operation.
- “With UberConference, the company introduced an alternative to the huge pain in the ass that is audio conferencing today”
Sarah Perez, TechCrunch
The fourth Firespotter product, UberConference, launches at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York, taking home 1st place in the Startup Battlefield competition.
UberConference releases V2 with a new, redesigned UX, and no more PIN numbers.
“This is what the great serial entrepreneurs do: They see how something could be better and take action. And Walker has no plans of slowing down as he guides UberConference in its development.”
Ondi Timoner, Huffington Post
- “Deployed correctly, UberConference and tools like it could breathe new life into an old business artifact.”
Suhas Sreedhar, Forbes
UberConference expands to Canada
“If Walker and the team at Dialpad have anything to say about it, your work calls are about to get a whole lot better.”
Sarah Perez, TechCrunch
$35 million raised in Series C funding from Amasia, Felicis, Softbank, Work-Bench, and original investors, Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz.
Dialpad opens a Japanese office
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