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EYE Eagle Eye Solutions Group Plc

490.00
5.00 (1.03%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eagle Eye Solutions Group 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
  5.00 1.03% 490.00 480.00 500.00 490.00 485.00 485.00 13,853 10:05:42
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 43.2M 1.19M 0.0404 121.29 144.02M
Eagle Eye Solutions Group Plc is listed in the Computer Programming Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EYE. The last closing price for Eagle Eye Solutions was 485p. Over the last year, Eagle Eye Solutions shares have traded in a share price range of 440.00p to 590.00p.

Eagle Eye Solutions currently has 29,392,386 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Eagle Eye Solutions is £144.02 million. Eagle Eye Solutions has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 121.29.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/4/2024
15:13
Eagle Eye AIR powers ASDA loyalty
15geraldine
29/4/2024
13:21
More positive news.
15geraldine
16/4/2024
13:32
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.

lomax99
16/4/2024
13:28
Small top-up for me.
lomax99
03/4/2024
15:08
HY numbers showed weak growth in the legacy business, I definitely have this on the watch list but I think this explains the dip
sporazene2
03/4/2024
13:32
Useful dip, may add.
lomax99
21/3/2024
09:46
Eagle Eye (EYE) H1 FY24 results presentation - March 24

Eagle Eye CEO, Tim Mason and CFO Lucy Sharman-Munday present half year results for the six months ended 31 December 2023.

Watch the video here:

Or listen to the podcast here:

tomps2
29/2/2024
21:55
Thanks Tomps2, a good watch/listen.

I bought in when these drooped to a quid for a short time a few year's ago. I fully expect them to be a 10 bagger for me in the not toooooo distant future.

rambutan2
29/2/2024
14:42
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:

tomps2
16/1/2024
16:20
Trading Update out
lomax99
16/1/2024
11:44
Expecting a trading update shortly, perhaps later this week.
lomax99
15/1/2024
16:43
Understood althoughI think you're using statutory EPS which includes 1.3mm oneoff acquisition costs (Untie Knots) and 1.3mm amortisation of the acquisition goodwill. Adding back the 2.6mm, you get PAT of 3.8mm rather than 1.2mm which gives an historic EPS of 12p and a historic PE of 46.
wjccghcc
15/1/2024
13:45
All fair points, WJCCGHCC, but PE (as opposed to forecast PE) is 130+ so, using Jim Slater's PEG assessment, that sort of PE would be justified by earnings growth exceeding 130%. PBT isn't earnings and even that's "only" forecast to grow at 44%. Don't get me wrong, 44% PBT growth is fantastic, but at this valuation I think it's going to be a disappointment to buy/hold this stock over anything other than the very short term. Just my opinion of course.
mr whizz
15/1/2024
12:47
Current EPS forecast 14.4p = PE of 40. With forecast PBT growth of 44%, it's expensive but not ridiculously high, particularly as they're the global leader in digital loyalty/coupon enabling and they've just released Eagle AI which is the first AI product for determining personalised offers for individual shoppers.

Also, remember they're reinvesting 75% of profits to grow the business internationally so profits are lower than if it was being run as a steady state.

wjccghcc
15/1/2024
12:39
The valuation of Eagle Eye looks ridiculously high. OK so short term it's possible to make money from upward blips but it's valued at more than 4 times annual revenue and 130+ times annual earnings. That's a vast amount of future good news that's already priced in.
mr whizz
14/1/2024
11:51
Eagle Eye Solutions is a tech stock to watch
Eagle Eye Solutions talks the talk on personalised digital marketing, but its ‘impressive growth’ indicates that the rewards from artificial intelligence are more than just talk

Eagle Eye Solutions, whose software powers loyalty programmes for the likes of Pret A Manger, Morrisons and Asda, is an archetypal British tech firm. It’s a minnow with a market capitalisation of only £150m. The overall tech sector has been solemnly swearing for some time now that artificial intelligence is on the cusp of changing everything. Eagle Eye is adamant that its deployment of machine learning on its vast haul of data will power it ahead. Eagle Eye’s AI platform allows brands to target individual customers with deals based on their likes and past shopping. It is already running at scale, sending out 750m offers each week, and managing 100m members of loyalty schemes.

Revenues for the year to June 29, 2023, rose by a third to £43.1m, and post-tax profit doubled, albeit from just £600,000 to £1.2m. Clients stick with the firm once its platform sits in their “stack”: churn was a mere 0.2%. International growth is strong, with US revenues doubling last year. Eagle Eye is showing that AI lucre is more than just talk: last week, it signed its first client — a large Canadian food business — to EagleAI, which offers a new way to autonomously concoct offers and target them to customers. “The first win is important,” said Katie Cousins at the investment firm Shore Capital. AI, she added, will result in Eagle Eye “leading an industry where effectively harnessing data to… generate incremental revenues is increasingly important”.

Complete article:

No position but onto my watchlist.

masurenguy
14/1/2024
09:53
Wish I'd loaded up at the lows as my position here is nugatory. That said everything in my portfolio is well up since then so it doesn't matter. Quality company doing interesting things and continuing to invest in its products. It deserves to be expensive.
hpcg
14/1/2024
07:08
Tipped in the Sunday Times
bigbigdave
14/12/2023
08:53
Added a few. H1 Trading update due next month.
lomax99
13/10/2023
10:13
It's a great company IMO, but nothing can escape the flight of money from the very small end of the market.
hpcg
10/10/2023
17:42
Price falls on very low volumes are overdone in my view. Investec set a target price in range of £8.60 - £8.77 on current information. Wait and see.
15geraldine
22/9/2023
10:44
Eagle Eye (EYE) Full Year results presentation - September 23

Eagle Eye CEO, Tim Mason and CFO, Lucy Sharman-Munday present Full Year results for the year ended 30 June 2023. An exceptional year of growth, delivering revenue and profits ahead of initial expectations.

Watch the video here:

Or listen to the podcast here:

tomps2
20/9/2023
15:26
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.
15geraldine
19/9/2023
12:50
Eagle Eye Solutions posted Finals for the year ended 30th June this morning. Group revenue was up 36% to £43.1m with ARR up 40% to £33.3m. Adjusted EBITDA was up 36% to £8.8m with margin relatively steady at 20.4%. Statutory profit after tax more than doubled to £1.2m. The Group’s balance sheet strengthened with net cash increasing to £9.3m. In short strong financial performance delivered revenue and profit ahead of the Board's initial expectations, reflecting the strength of the Group’s SaaS business model and growing customer demand. Growth continued with the successful acquisition of Untie Nots, delivering European expansion and AI opportunity. Guidance was solid with trading in the FY24 to date in line with Board expectations and the Board remains confident in achieving another positive year of profitable growth in FY24. Valuation is the obvious cloud to the investment case with forward PE ratio up near 39x. Share price also lacks momentum and has been drifting sideways for 2 and a half years. EYE is a small-cap Tech name with lots of growth and profit potential, but it remains a share to monitor for now...

...from WealthOracle

kalai1
19/9/2023
12:43
Good results!
lomax99
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