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VIDEO: Marketing tech player Eagle Eye Solutions provides a strategic global update (EYE)

30 Mar 2020 | by: Richard Mason

Earlier this month, leading software-as-a-service business Eagle Eye Solutions (LSE:EYE)released its interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2019.

The firm, whose technology allows for personalised, real-time marketing, revealed an increase in revenues and said its current funding position was “comfortable” with “sufficient headroom”.

In the video below, Eagle Eye’s chief executive Tim Mason and chief financial officer Lucy Sharman-Munday walk through the figures in more detail.

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