Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eagle Eye PLC LSE:EYE London Ordinary Share GB00BKF1YD83 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -1.72% 114.00p 110.00p 118.00p 116.00p 114.00p 116.00p 14,319 14:32:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 14.8 -4.7 -14.8 - 29.01

Eagle Eye Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/10/2018
08:17
Eagle Eye (EYE): FY results presentation on 4.10.18 by Tim Mason, CEO & Lucy Sharman-Munday, CFO Gives a great overview of the business, and of management. Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2018/10/10/eagle-eye-eye-results-presentation-october-2018/ Tim Mason, CEO Overview of EYE – 01:02 Lucy Sharman-Munday, CFO The business model: how we make money - 07:38 Tim Mason, CEO The market opportunity - 09:56 The strategy – 12:35 Product innovation – 14:01 The Eagle Eye wallet - 15:43 Lucy Sharman-Munday, CFO Investment during the year - 17:37 Launch of PC Optimum for Loblaw’s - 20:05 Financial update - 23:33 Tim Mason, CEO Outlook: 31:50 Q&A – 34:40
tomps2
09/10/2018
15:15
Lousy market the buy anything. Redemptions and interactions volumes in 1st 2 months would mean a double over the year, and stand a good chance of going higher. Can't see a fundraise this year as ebitda was £-2M, & cash headroom of GBP5.4m, so as EYE gathers pace, this should last well over 3 years on the basis of last year's figures. That basis is changing for the better. Not surprised the market has mauled the share - that's the market's mood. I'm near 50% down, & can think of others I'd sell to go longer in EYE in an upturn...
napoleon 14th
25/9/2018
21:12
Added a few last week and a few more today, looking for a move to 175/180p area.
matt123d
25/9/2018
08:59
Good buying interest this morning
aishah
17/9/2018
18:43
TechMarketView from 25th July: Eagle Eye looks sharp Duncan Aitchison, 08:43, 25 July 2018 Momentum at UK-based SaaS technology provider Eagle Eye continues to build. In its latest trading update the company announced that turnover for FY 2018 (the twelve months to 30th June) was up 33% yoy to £14.8m. Recurring revenue grew by 51% over the prior year and now accounts for 77% of annual sales. The adjusted EBITDA loss for the period increased to £2m (FY17 £1.8m), albeit that this was ahead of management expectations. Eagle Eye provides businesses with real time connections to their customers via its Air digital marketing platform (which is used to issue and redeem digital offers and rewards). The extension of its suite to include a loyalty offering helped increase volumes through the platform more than fivefold to over 400m during the last financial year. This was primarily driven by the new PC Optimum loyalty programme at Canadian retailer Loblaw going live last February, alongside the growth in coupons and promotions. New contracts signed during FY18 included Boparan (owners of Ed’s Easy Diner, Giraffe and Harry Ramsden), fashion chain M&Co and Greene King. Groupon and Google were also recruited as partners and the company’s Food & Beverage (F&B) network was used to run campaigns for, amongst others, high profile brands Bacardi and Gordons. Reporting on Eagle Eye’s H118 results we observed that this young company was scaling-up nicely with a digital proposition which has plenty of room for development and adoption across major industry sectors such as retail and F&B (see here). The latest trading update only reinforces our view
aishah
17/9/2018
16:59
Have been sorely tempted in the last week to add but held off to see how the cash situation looks first. Results in the morning.
gleach23
17/9/2018
13:11
Added here. Doesn't look like any II selling here. Management have skin in the game. I'm happy to pay just over 2xrevs. Good technology and customer base.
aishah
09/8/2018
23:45
Aleman - yes, IMO the market puts pressure on the share price with Donald Trumpet playing chaos in a financially vulnerable world. I must admit EYE need a lot of patience, a bit like D4T4! IMO EYE are making a better job of things.
napoleon 14th
25/7/2018
12:05
I'm surprised at the sell-off. I'd have expected the reduced H2 cash burn to please the market. I've taken an initial small stake.
aleman
25/7/2018
11:10
Picked up a few in the 140s, very oversold.
matt123d
25/7/2018
10:01
look at cash..
tsmith2
25/7/2018
09:11
Another scsw pick...
allstar4eva
25/7/2018
09:08
Cash burn decreasing so perhaps not, given borrowing facilities, but these results are disappointing.
zho
25/7/2018
08:58
More cash needed ???
zipstuck
15/7/2018
15:07
Looks undervalued at these lvls..will be picking up a few k this week
eentweedrie
11/5/2018
15:11
Asda is already a client and my hope was that as Walmart owned Asda they might see the benefits and become a client. However they have just sold Asda to Sainsburys which may or may not bring my hope to an end. The large Canadian retailer is now live so one would expect Walmart to be considering anything which might help them in their quest to compete with Amazon
gerihatrick
10/5/2018
07:10
Eagle Eye ... has signed a new contract with Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd ("Sainsbury's") until August 2021, for the deployment of its digital wallet functionality, enabling personalised rewards for the new Nectar trial.
zho
23/1/2018
10:48
That cash has dwindled to £0.8m.Hope they can replenish the pot back to over £3m by the year end.
nurdin
23/1/2018
10:23
They're certainly getting there and are winners in the making. Cashburn is far less of a problem & within expectations. New contracts kicking in nicely means that they could end the year without using any of the £3M. they have with Barclays. I'm a LTBH & sticking to this one.
bone apart
22/11/2017
10:07
I will listen to it again but the first impression I got was that he was talking mostly about gathering personal data and buying habits from their digital promotions activities..rather than how they are helping companies to save money by replacing their paper based promotions with digital technology.
nurdin
22/11/2017
09:59
your perception is your reality and my perception is mine! I thought the interview was fine. This is the guy who set up the Tesco loyalty card system and he is now digitizing the same concept with EYE. and Terry Leahy is part of it. They can see that we are moving from a paper based system to a digital one. That is the concept and if it works it should be huge. Good clients on board including John Lewis etc so I think it has a good chance and the players have good pedigree. You only have to see what is happening to newspapers. Everyone I see on the train are looking at their mobile phones!
gerihatrick
19/11/2017
22:25
Is the CEO talking about Eagleye or some other company? A complete misrepresentation of companys business imo.No wonder the share price dropped so severely after the release of that interview
nurdin
17/11/2017
08:30
http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/8378/eagle-eye-solutions-tim-mason-on-the-group-s-significant-growth-opportunities-8378.html
zho
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