MH Interactive (NZBN 9429031854290 | ABN 63 613 884 549) was formed in Auckland in early 2008 to create innovative software to address a shortage in information systems in the mental health industry. The original company was formed through combining the visions of IT Live (Infrastructure), Positive Thinking (mental health subject matter expertise) and the current software developers of MH Interactive. This unique combination of expertise and experience in creating innovative software solutions enabled us to deliver Dynamic Health ® to the market in 2008.
Dynamic Health ® provides the back-end to the John Kirwin promoted 'The Journal' (see www.depression.org.nz) as well as the www.eheadspace.org online and telephone support service in Australia. See our Clients page for more information on these and other projects.
In addition to our flagship Dynamic Health ® product, we also provide custom Line of Business software development services to a wide range of industries including mental and primary health and financial services. See our Services page for more information on the services we provide.
We have qualified software engineers, scrum masters, project managers, infrastructure specialists and industry specialists allowing us to provide you with the best possible custom software development experience possible. We pride outselves on our agile development methodology where we put emphasis on a formal structure that includes substantial user and unit testing of all code before releasing to our customers. We would be happy to provide formal references if required.
All of the above put is in a unique position to develop custom vertical market Line Of Business (LOB) software solutions for our customers in virtually any industry. Give us a try and you will be impressed at our ability to come up with innovative solutions to your business problems! We pride ourselves on our ability to quickly master new technology and use innovative solutions.
We are based on the North Shore of Auckland in New Zealand and currently serve New Zealand, Australia and Europe with plans for expansion in North America.