6 Questions with Ally Murtlow from Dialpad

TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Ally Murtlow, from Dialpad.

Ally Murtlow serves as National Channel Director at Dialpad, the leading cloud communications platform harnessing the power of AI to empower people to get the most from unified calling, conferencing, and contact centers. 

Throughout her career, Murtlow has proven success leveraging her extensive experience in marketing, direct sales and channel management to grow revenue. While previously at 8x8 and Rackspace, Murtlow developed deep channel relationships across the nation and a growing passion for the tech industry. Murtlow is a graduate of Indiana University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. When she’s not delving into a new book or spinning away on the Peloton, you’ll likely find her in the kitchen cooking/baking or planning her next trip – she grew up in London and has been to 18 countries and counting.

What do you love about your job? 

In short - everything! I love that I work with talented, motivated, and team-oriented individuals at an innovative and rapidly growing company. Additionally, I enjoy working with the Master Agents and partners I’ve known for years to grow our strategic partnerships here at Dialpad. 

Ally Murtlow

What do you like about working with TBI?

The people and the energy. The TBI team is always ready and willing to pull up a chair (virtually these days) and work together on strategy and marketing initiatives that lead to all parties reaching our goals for defined success.

Favorite Quote: 

“Achievement happens when we pursue and attain what we want. Success comes when we are in clear pursuit of why we want it.” - Simon Sinek

What is a key tidbit you give to others? 

I’ll pass along the best career advice I’ve received: “I have never accepted a job I knew with 100% certainty that I could do.”

Favorite vacation/getaway destination? 

I have a few favorites, but I went to Grindewald, Switzerland a few years ago and absolutely loved waking up to the mountains every morning. I even had the opportunity to sneak away to Interlaken one day to go skydiving over the Swiss Alps.

Do you have a goal outside of your career that you'd like to achieve?

I was taking one of Alex Toussaint’s classes on the Peloton recently and he said, “You can’t pour from an empty cup.” It really resonated with me! My goal outside of my career right now is to find a balance with everything else that matters to me: family/friends, my health, and traveling and experiencing new cultures. I’m striving to always keep in mind that my cup needs to be full if I want to support others.


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