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EYE Eagle Eye Solutions Group Plc

7.00 (1.46%)
30 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Eagle Eye Solutions Group Plc EYE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
7.00 1.46% 487.00 16:07:01
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Posted at 16/4/2024 13:32 by lomax99
Strong tailwind expected for loyalty schemes:

FT: Loyalty schemes pay for shoppers and shareholders

Try to buy anything these days and shoppers are inevitably encouraged to sign up to a loyalty programme.

Rewards schemes are proliferating. Globally, one in three of the businesses that do not currently operate loyalty schemes will do so by 2027, says consulting firm Gartner. Companies that have long offered programmes are also sweetening the rewards. US retailer PetSmart added premium tiers to its loyalty scheme this month.

What appears good for shoppers has perks for investors too. An academic study based on 322 companies with loyalty programmes found both long and short-term benefits. Sales rose 7 per cent on average in the first year of a scheme’s introduction and gross profits 6 per cent, according to the 2019 research by academics from Michigan State and Oakland universities in the US.

At their simplest, loyalty programmes offer a pact with consumers: keep coming back to us, leaving a data trail each time, and in return you will receive points that can be swapped for goods and services.

Their very longevity implies effectiveness. Frequent-flyer points have been around since the 1970s. Trading stamps, a precursor, began life in the late 19th century. So, too, does the increasing complexity of many schemes, with different tiers and discounted prices. The addition of membership fees is also increasing. These have been found to increase usage.
Posted at 29/2/2024 14:42 by tomps2
Eagle Eye (EYE) Capital Markets Day - February 2024

Eagle Eye, a leading SaaS company that creates digital customer connections enabling personalised, real-time marketing hosted this Captial Markets event for Analysts and Investors on the 22nd February 2024. Operational management and executives outlined the developments in the loyalty market, their strategy to become a £100m revenue and 25% EBITDA margin business and Eagle AI, their newly launched AI-powered data science solution.

Watch the video here:

Or listen to the podcast here:
Posted at 20/9/2023 15:26 by 15geraldine
Share price dip makes no sense other than short term investors getting bored. This is a market leading business with very solid financials with very significant market opportunity and strong management team. Patience is the game here.
Posted at 16/12/2022 11:43 by lomax99
Why this young growth stock could be a great pick in a cost-conscious climateIt might sound premature to invest in a relatively young growth company, but we believe Eagle Eye Solutions (EYE:AIM) is an interesting idea in the current budget-conscious consumer climate.Eagle Eye claims to have developed a best-in-class loyalty and promotions omnichannel software-as-a-service platform called Eagle Eye AIR. It allows customers of big brands to validate and redeem digital promotions in real-time, principally to large supermarket chains, retailers and hospitality organisations across Europe, North America and Australasia. Clients include Sainsbury (SBRY), Asda, Waitrose, John Lewis, Diageo (DGE), Greggs (GRG), Coca-Cola (KO:NYSE) and Budweiser-owner Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD:NYSE). It also integrates with major payments services, such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal (PYPL:NASDAQ) and Stripe.Eagle Eye AIR integrates with existing point of sale terminals, helping businesses to market and send vouchers, coupons, and loyalty incentives to customers, either by text, email or store apps. The platform also provides clients with useful customer data and insights, such as the number of redemptions taken up on a specific offer, and in which store.This is a massive help when it comes to targeting customers with increasingly personalised rewards, a holy grail for retail and hospitality brands, and a great way to keep budget-conscious shoppers coming back.Eagle Eye made its first net profit in the year to June 2021, but progress could be rapid going forward. Earnings last year went from 3.2p per share to 8.1p and Shore Capital forecasts EPS to double by fiscal 2025, pulling the price to earnings multiple into the realm of 35-times or so.Yes, it is a little jam tomorrow and there are execution risks. There could also be occasional share placings in the future to raise extra growth funding, like the recent £15 million cash call. But this is a huge opportunity.Researcher Fact.MR estimates the global digital loyalty market is set for rapid growth over the next decade, from about $40.3 billion last year to $98 billion by 2032, far outstripping global GDP. Eagle Eye's own earnings forecasts have been steadily rising too.Terry Leahy, who ran Tesco (TSCO) for 14 years, and Robert Senior, former boss of advertising group Saatchi & Saatchi, are on the board bringing huge experience. Leahy owns a 9.27% stake in the business, while founder and chief technology officer Steve Rothwell owns another 5.19% of the company, so there is decent alignment of objectives at the top table with ordinary investors.
Posted at 09/4/2021 15:43 by coppertrader
HolderShares% Held from the Finacial TimesHSBC Private Bank (UK) Ltd.AS OF 01 MAR 20212.42m9.39%Stonehage Fleming Investment Management Ltd.AS OF 14 SEP 20202.06m8.01%Canaccord Genuity Wealth Ltd.AS OF 14 SEP 20201.68m6.52% (now at 10%)Herald Investment Management Ltd.AS OF 13 SEP 2019877.32k3.41%Chelverton Asset Management Ltd.AS OF 01 MAR 2021664.45k2.58%Hargreaves Lansdown Stockbrokers Ltd.AS OF 01 MAR 2021486.00k1.89%Punter Southall Wealth Ltd.AS OF 01 MAR 2021325.00k1.26%Liontrust Investment Partners LLPAS OF 29 JAN 2021251.15k0.98%Schroder Investment Management Ltd.AS OF 01 MAR 2021238.15k0.92%Aviva Investors Global Services Ltd.AS OF 01 MAR 2021225.85k0.88%
Posted at 28/7/2020 08:59 by strollingmolby
Quite a holding to pick-up in one go there from Stonehage Fleming at 8% - I wonder who they took those from, it's not obvious from the shareholder register?
Posted at 13/3/2019 11:03 by aleman
Great results. Only about £300k loss at the operating level after adjusting for working cap (£1450k loss last H1 and £550k H2) so H2 will likely be positive. This company is essentially operating at breakeven cashflow this year but has amazing margins and "new tech" levels of sales growth which should start funnelling loads of cash into the business from here. It's a share that could rocket and should have probably risen on today's numbers - but then nobody seems to be watching it if posting is anything to go buy. We'll have to wait and see what analysts say and see if it attracts any new investors in. The numbers should go down well at Mello2019.
Posted at 25/10/2018 19:56 by rambutan2
Annual report here:

Noted: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting (‘AGM’) of Eagle Eye Solutions Group plc (the ‘Company’) will be held at the offices of Taylor Wessing, 5 New St Square, London EC4A 3TW, UK at 1.00 pm on 16 November 2018.


Posted at 10/2/2015 14:40 by moormoney
What a performance today!! Mxcp holders very happy and early eye investors well done :)))
Posted at 17/4/2014 12:47 by stegrego
Eagle Eye is a leading, UK provider of digital consumer engagement solutions to the retail and hospitality industries.

The Company provides a digital transaction platform for the secure issuance and redemption of promotional offers, gift vouchers and loyalty based awards, replacing previously used paper-based methods. The coupons, stored value cards and loyalty markets are currently transitioning through substantial change as both retailers and consumers are moving from paper and plastic to digital offers, rewards and loyalty.

The Eagle Eye platform comprises four key components: campaign creation; issuance; redemption and reporting, allowing the Company's clients to deliver relevant offers, rewards and services to consumers in real time, in a simple and secure way, across multiple media including email, SMS messaging and loyalty apps. The offers and rewards can be redeemed securely by the consumer through any point of sale ("POS") channel.

The Company's current customer base comprises leading names in UK retail and hospitality including Gondola Group, Greggs, Karen Millen, Marks & Spencer, Mitchells and Butlers, Pets at Home, Tesco and Tragus.

Following admission to AIM on 16 April 2014, Eagle Eye's broad-based growth strategy is to grow UK coupon and giftcard market share, increase the number of issuance partners and retail technology partners, enhancing the Casper platform and evaluating US market expansion.

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