Scale and flexibility are the common pitfalls of legacy PBX providers. And as Quora’s team grew, so did the limitations of their desk phone-centric communications system. From coordinating hardware purchases and scheduling user trainings to maintaining on-premise servers, the company’s infrastructure was quickly hitting roadblocks. With Dialpad, Quora eliminated desk phones altogether, empowering users with voice, video, messaging, and meetings—across any device.
“It took an incredible 24 hours for our teams to get up and running on Dialpad.” —Ashley Sprague, Director of IT at Quora
Dialpad is the Business Communications Platform built for the way you work. Available on any device, anywhere, Dialpad includes HD voice, HD video, group messaging, SMS, MMS, conferencing, screen sharing, and document sharing, and is integrated with Microsoft Office 365 and G Suite. Dialpad customers include 65 percent of the Fortune 500, high-growth enterprises and forward thinking organizations including Uber, Vivint Solar, Betterment, Stripe, Postmates, Quora, Xero, Georgetown University, and Netflix. Dialpad is funded by Amasia, Andreessen Horowitz, Felicis Ventures, GV (formerly Google Ventures), Softbank and Work-Bench.
Learn more at: https://www.dialpad.com