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Eagle Eye Solutions works with leading retailers such as Comet, Blockbuster and The Aurora Group to distribute and redeem mobile coupons via Credit Card Terminal and EPoS Technology. The patented technology can be integrated with existing EPoS, requires minimal integration and has a portfolio of impressive case studies to support consumer usage.
To redeem a voucher, the consumer simply needs to enter a unique PIN via the retailers Credit Card Terminal (Chip and PIN in the UK) and the value of the voucher is automatically delivered. This is supported by automated voucher processing and realtime reporting, thus replacing the need for paper vouchers and physical fulfilment in the retail value chain.
Eagle Eye Solutions other services include retail gift cards, mobile payments and mobile based loyalty programmes.
Stephen Rothwell was appointed CEO of Eagle Eye Solutions in 2003. He is a technology entrepreneur with a range of experience in a variety of sectors including mobile phone, payment systems, architectures and IT security. Stephen is widely regarded as leading expert and evangelist in the world of Mobile Commerce.
Stephen is joint inventor on the processing technology that underpins Eagle Eye Solutions, and it is this technology that has allowed it to become the number one vendor of mobile gift voucher and coupon solutions for the retail sector in the world.
Prior to this, he was CEO of Eagle Eye Technologies, a consultant for Consult Hyperion and a software engineer for QualComm and Ericsson.
Sir Terry Leahy joined Cheshunt, England-based Tesco in 1979 and held marketing positions at the retailer before becoming commercial director of fresh foods in 1986 and a member of the board in 1990. Leahy was appointed Chief Executive of Tesco plc in March 1997.
Leahy received a Knighthood for services to food retailing in the 2002 New Year Honours. He was voted as Britains Most Admired Leader (2005 and 2006) by Management Today, recognized by the Wall Street Journal and CNBC as European Business Leader of the Year (2005), and named European Businessman of the Year by Fortune (2004). A Guardian Unlimited Politics panel found him to be the most influential non-elected person in Britain in 2007.
Leahy is a Director on the Liverpool Vision Regeneration Board and a member of the Prime Ministers Business Council.
Phill Blundell was appointed Commercial and Finance Director or Eagle Eye Solutions in January 2013, and is responsible for driving forward the commercial growth and focus of the business.
Phill is a digital payments expert, having spent the last 14 years as CEO of digital banking software company Intelligent Environments. He has spearheaded a number of high profile digital banking and payment products for companies such as John Lewis, O2 and Home Retail Group.
Prior to this, he was a Financial Director at Thomson Reuters and Nortel. Phill also sits on the Eagle Eye board.
Contact Sarah for any finance queries including accounts payable, as well as any HR issues or general admin enquiries.
Sarah joined the Eagle Eye Team in July 2011, and is responsible for Finance, HR and administration. Prior to joining Eagle Eye, Sarah spent 6 years working for an IT Consultancy firm as Finance Controller, where she was responsible for all aspects of finance and office management.
Simon focuses on investments in software, healthcare IT and data services.
He is currently on the Board of Directors of Neverfail and Qumas and is a board observer at GoodData.
Prior to joining Fidelity in 1999, Simon was Chief Financial Officer and General Manager, International of TheStreet.com, (NASDAQ: TSCM) a leading financial news website. In this role he managed two rounds of venture fundraising, a strategic investment and the IPO process and was responsible for the companys IT infrastructure and its international operations.
He spent over seven years at Reuters in various finance, IT and general management positions and, in 1995, established and ran Reuters.com, the companys first website.
He also built Alert.Net, an online information service for journalists and aid workers in conflict zones. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant at Price Waterhouse.
Simon Burke is an experienced retail and consumer executive and has managed some of the best-known retail names in the UK.
He trained as a chartered accountant before joining Virgin, where he held various positions, including CEO of Virgin Retail, Virgin Cinemas, and Virgin Entertainment Group.
In 1999 Simon was drafted in as Chairman & Chief Executive of Hamleys PLC. He has also been chairman of Majestic Wine, Irish supermarket chain Superquinn, and Mitchells & Butlers, the FTSE 250 pub and restaurant business.
Currently Simon is chairman of Hobbycraft, Bathstore.com, and Eagle Eye, the mobile voucher specialist.