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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
  0.00 0.0% 527.50 520.00 540.00 - 0.00 07:42:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 20.4 -0.3 -1.8 - 138

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08/9/2014
14:17
'Barclaycard to acquire payment and loyalty specialist The Logic Group hTTp://www.paymentscardsandmobile.com/barclaycard-acquire-payment-loyalty-specialist-logic-group/ Given that Logic Group is one of Proxama's key retail partners this is VERY VERY INTERESTING. Does this suggests that Proxama and Barclaycard are now joined at the hip?' from Moni BB The Barlaycard aquistion is good news and further emphasises the important of omni-channel, loyalty programs and data insights. This is what all retail companies actually want and have either got a bit of it or none and some will be willing to pay a premium to the likes of Barclays to get it rather than invent their own retailer specific solution.
yesrupnel
06/9/2014
18:14
Apart from Monitise and a question mark over Apple, Proxama DO have partnerships with the rest, including EagleEye. Click on the link, scroll to the bottom and pan to the right: hTTp://www.proxama.com/partners/retail/ So your statement about conquering the world is not as far fetched as some would think.
plunge
06/9/2014
18:07
Now that would be good - we need a Visa Mastercard Apple Monitise Proxama EagleEye axis to conquer the world. That would almost be like joined up thinking.
yesrupnel
06/9/2014
14:55
Also connected to Proxama. Hmmmm.
plunge
05/9/2014
15:36
Aye, it does seem to be opening up.
yesrupnel
05/9/2014
14:11
Nice move last few days
tech
06/6/2014
08:38
http://www.pymnts.com/news/2014/google-drops-online-coupon-program/ Sometimes things work and sometimes they don't. It looks like Zavers, the online coupon program that was launched through Google 17 months ago, is just going to be one of those things that didn't work out. Google announced yesterday that it is pulling the program, due to lack of interest. Zavers allowed users to clip coupons online and use them in-store. It was intended to help merchants' build more targeted and effective loyalty and reward programs. "Zavers was basically a coupon program tied with the merchant point-of-sale system," said Neil Doshi, analyst at CRT capital, according to Fox Business News. "My guess is that the integration process with the POS systems were proving to be challenging, and retailers were not too keen on sharing their data with Google." Google has said it will continue to work closely with users through the transition away from Zavers and that it continues to move forward with greater focused on more successful areas of their initial entrance into payments such as product listing ads, Google Shopping Express and Google Wallet.
yesrupnel
06/6/2014
00:54
Looks to be one here http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=31806556
ochs
13/5/2014
23:35
Guinness AIM EIS fund has been buying in
vulgaris
03/5/2014
21:48
http://www.eagleeye.com/blog/bringing-new-focus-eagle-eye A few excerpts Former Chief Executive of Airmiles & BA Miles, Drew Thomson and former Chief Executive of Content at Virgin Media, Malcolm Wall, join Sir Terry Leahy and William Currie this week as board members of the UK's leading Digital Consumer Engagement platform providers, Eagle Eye. Drew Thomson, former Chief Executive of Airmiles & BA Miles pioneered one of the UK's first and most successful loyalty reward programs and has a proven track record of growing successful businesses. By the end of his tenure he had transformed the scheme into one of the most successful loyalty programmes in the country. He is currently the Chief Executive of Starcount who specialise in social media analytics and provide tangible insights on social media consumer behaviour. Malcolm Wall has been a driving force behind some of the world's most influential media businesses having worked at Virgin Media where he was Chief Executive of Content and United Business Media where he was Chief Operating Officer. Through his various positions he has become an expert in the shifting dynamics of content consumption and will provide invaluable insight for Eagle Eye's clients on customer engagement. Prior to joining Eagle Eye he was CEO and then Advisor to the Board at Abu Dhabi Media In addition to these senior management appointments, Eagle Eye will be announcing a series of high-profile partnerships in both the retail and hospitality sectors over the coming months.
yesrupnel
02/5/2014
12:23
If I were you I would set up a new thread as Eyeconomy was a completely different company now trading under the name Marshall Lake Mining on ISDX
the big fella
23/4/2014
08:09
It looks like this one could be a good investment. A few more deals or implementation of a slicker technology should do the trick. The market is ripe for mobile based vouchers that can be received and used seamlessly. It is still quite clunky at the moment but as soon as it becomes seamless then more people will use them (without any embarassment of looking like a cheapskate or having to go to all the effort of collecting vouchers). Once more people use them and it becomes the 'norm' then Eagle Eye and other similar companies will take off.
yesrupnel
22/4/2014
22:16
I jumped in today at 189p after studying their website. Like Terry Leahy's involvement, the fact the company has been going since 2003, and the purchase of 2 Ergo, the existing blue chip client base, and the recent successful placing.
ochs
17/4/2014
17:21
It got a small amount of coverage in CityAM (Free City newspaper) http://www.cityam.com/article/1397692013/eagle-eye-jumps-float-and-closes-its-45m-2ergo-takeover
yesrupnel
17/4/2014
16:40
Yep agreed, I'm in
callcentresearch
17/4/2014
12:47
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. hTTp://www.eagleeye.com/investors
stegrego
16/4/2014
15:05
I hope so as I invested today! It took me some time before I could find EYE on financial websites Their website is http://www.eagleeye.com This has lots of potentail and a great client list.
yesrupnel
16/4/2014
08:43
Is this the company that Terry Leahy
callcentresearch
13/12/2007
09:21
When are we expecting news/results for Eyeconomy and I note the share price seems to be dropping now 43p.....your views would be appreciated
sagem
25/5/2007
18:15
Eyeconomy Holdings plc - P Mc Groary purchases 15,000 shares at 37p Name: Paul McGroary Date of transaction: 24th May 2007 Price: 37p per share Nature of transaction: Purchase Number of shares purchased: 15,000 shares - 0.10% Resultant total owned/controlled: 4,255,000 shares - 28.97% Shares held jointly with Ms Tipakorn Anuvatnujotikul. Total directors shares 4,755,000 shares - 32.38% Total shares in issue 14,684,034 shares
herbertboy
16/5/2007
16:38
Risen continuously.....until today!Down 1.5p,good buying opportunity get in there!
camelot5
16/5/2007
16:34
There is already a thread which has plenty of info. It also has charts that work!
the big fella
16/5/2007
16:32
Not a lot of information on this share .does anyone have info-it has risen continuously since NOV 2006.
herbertboy
16/5/2007
16:23
Try this thread ; http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=10831720
james 2
16/5/2007
16:11
On the plus market, does anyone know recent events?
herbertboy
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