Mvine Ltd is an established British SME headquartered in London. The business is privately owned, stable, and growing in its chosen markets.
We deliver technology with personality. This improves the digital experience of your customers, members, partners and employees.
Best known as digital innovators since 2004, Mvine produces the software components which power ecosystems of business, people and things.
Everything we do is achieved through repeatable patterns in project management, service design, application design, testing and deployment on scalable cloud infrastructure.
Frank is one of the first people you will meet when talking with Mvine.
As well as co-founder of Mvine, Frank is an executive director, entrepreneur and investor, with significant experience in building and leading successful technology businesses. His expertise in digital business goes back to 1995 when he co-founded one of the first online B2B portals, Martex Communicators. Martex was both profitable and successful, operating 26 separate business communities, and was later sold to Tarsus Group, where Frank remained as a Board director.
Frank’s other executive roles have included Chairman of the Board at ChangeBASE, where in 2011 he led the company to its successful acquisition by Quest Software, later to become part of Dell. Frank has been a director of numerous other start-ups, including Knowledge Peers, as well as an angel investor. He holds a BSc in Physics from the University of Bath and is a Liveryman of the City of London.
Frank is a Liveryman of the City of London’s Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, which does significant work in industry, education and charity. A part of his time is given to the work of various industry bodies, membership organisations and working groups. For example, Frank served Open Identity Exchange as Treasurer (from June 2019 until January 2023) and as General Member Board Representative (from January 2021 until January 2023). He is pleased to continue as an active member of OIX as well as techUK, TM Forum, Drone Major and the Digital Twin Consortium.