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IPS, Inc.
Zipcode 104-0045
Japan, Tokyo-to, Chuo-ku, Tsukiji 4-1-1 Togeki Bldg. 8F
Nearest Station:Higashi-Ginza Station A6 Exit Hibiya Line or Toei Asakusa Line
TEL:03-3549-7621FAX:03-3545-7331

Our Milestones

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Oct. 1991 Started business in Osaka as International Placement Service Company, for Recruit -- the biggest executive recruitment service in Japan – from which the name IPS, Inc. was derived from.
Feb. 1992 Started as a sales agent for international telecommunication services for Cable &Wireless IDC.
May. 1996 To better cater to the Filipinos in Japan, started the First Filipino Newspaper Publication in Japan and named it Pinoy Gazette. Pinoy Gazette celebrated its 20th year in 2016 making it the No. 1 and oldest Filipino Tabloid in Japan, with monthly circulation in excess of 40,000 nationwide
Aug. 1998 Registered as a Special Type II Telecom Carrier by the now defunct Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.
Jan. 1999 Expanding its services to the Filipino Market, pioneered a 300-seat BPO Center and marketing arm in the Philippines called PIMSI (Pilipinas International Marketing Services, Inc.).
Dec. 2002 Acquired the license of Teleglobe Japan, a Type I Carrier, renaming it Advent, Inc. Interconnected network with other Type I carriers in Japan, the Philippines, and other countries.
Oct. 2004 Obtained Broadcasting License from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
Mar. 2005 Launched Access TV comprised of several cable channels including popular GMA TV programs in the Philippines packaged under GMA Pinoy TV and GMA Life TV.
Mar. 2005 Finally got approval from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications for IPS Inc. to be a full-pledged Type I Telecommunications Carrier (absorbing Advent, Inc.) on equal regulatory footing with the big telecom players in Japan.
Sep. 2005 Further expanding business focused on Filipinos in Japan, opened a caregiver training school called TCA (Tokyo Caregiver Academy). International HR placement business followed as TCA produced marketable and skillful graduates.
Jan. 2006 Obtained a license for Employment Placement with Fee from the Health, Labour and Welfare Ministry
Oct. 2006 Obtained a license of Fee-Charging Employment Placement Businesses by Health, Labour and Welfare Ministry.
Feb. 2010 Established a joint venture with Shinagawa Lasik, Aesthetics and Dental Japan by setting up its first international branch in the Philippines. Today, the venture has 2 branches in the Philippines strategically located in the major CBDs of Makati and Ortigas.
Mar. 2011 Changed the Philippine BPO and marketing company name from PIMSI to Keysquare, Inc. and continued its Outbound and Inbound Sales operations with Seat Leasing services.
Sep. 2012 Started selling wholesale Internet Bandwidth Capacities between the Philippines and Hong Kong and between the Philippines and North America.
Sep. 2012 Converted Access TV DTH Platform to an IPTV platform and renamed the service VOXTV to continue delivering Popular News and Entertainment content of GMA 7 for the Filipino market in Japan
Sep. 2013 Established a package discounted telephone service for contact center business.
Nov. 2013 Completed the Japanese Version of Next Generation CTI system provided by Drishti of India and started distributing Contact Center Solutions mainly in Japan under the AmeyoJ brand.
Apr. 2015 Invested in a new Telecom Operator in the Philippines called InfiniVAN, Inc. IPS’s main thrust is to provide services patterned after the Japan Broadband Business Model in the Philippines and help bring down connectivity prices as well as provide more reliable and faster internet connectivity.
July 2016 InfiniVAN obtained franchise approval from the Congress of the Philippines to operate as a full-service telecommunications operator.
Nov. 2017 InfiniVAN was granted Provisional Authority by the Philippine telecom regulator, the National Telecommunications Commission, to begin offering broadband and other services to the general public.
Present Building out InfiniVAN’s own underground fiber optic core and access networks in the major central business districts (CBDs) of Makati and Ortigas. Parallel backbone network deployments are ongoing via cable TV and other service provider partners in the Visayas and Mindanao areas.