We are the communications network that lets you talk to anyone, send messages including multi party video mail and securely share information. Within our Marketplace we help you trade and develop opportunities, and with inbuilt CRM systems help improve ef
We are the communications network that lets you talk to anyone, send messages including multi party video mail and securely share information. Within our Marketplace we help you trade and develop opportunities, and with inbuilt CRM systems help improve efficiency. Using our FastTalk! technology you can automatically build your own business network and dramatically reduce costs.On Instant already supports businesses in 196 countries. Now you can try it for free and start using the network in less than 10 minutesThe idea for On Instant was conceived in 2001 and significant research took place over a number of years looking at three basic business functions of communication, collaboration and customer management.In March 2003 the initial work on the central database system commenced using Sybase.In August 2003 contracts had been signed to open a technology development centre in Dubai Internet City.In early October 2003 a team of developers commenced work on our client side technology and on Christmas Eve 2003 the first successful voice calls using a dialup Internet connections took place between the UK and Dubai. Following a further 5 months of development work On Instant was launched in late May 2004.In July 2004 Voice mail messaging systems became operationalIn September 2004 FollowMe! was launched which enabled call forwarding to operateIn December 2004 links to MCI to deliver global any phone anywhere calling capabilities were launched.In January 2005 multiparty, distributed operator and support groups were introducedIn March 2005 beta test video mail systems were launchedIn June 2005 The Marketplace was introducedIn September 2005 Fastalk! was introduced together with major developments in messaging including multi party video mail and secure file transfer.In October 2005 CastAlive! was introduced allowing video mail broadcasting.