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EdisonTV | Technology | 10/02/2017

Executive interview - Kainos

CEO Brendan Mooney outlines the main activities of the company’s two divisions, Digital Services and Digital Platforms. He discusses growth prospects by division, including the growing number of opportunities in Germany, Benelux, Australia and the US. He explains the company’s approach to product development and M&A. With the success of the business highly dependent on the ability to hire and retain well-qualified staff, he discusses the company’s approach to hiring. Finally, he outlines the key milestones for investors to track over the next year.

Executive interview - Kainos

Executive interview - Kainos

CEO Brendan Mooney outlines the main activities of the company’s two divisions, Digital Services and Digital Platforms. He discusses growth prospects by division, including the growing number of opportunities in Germany, Benelux, Australia and the US. He explains the company’s approach to product development and M&A. With the success of the business highly dependent on the ability to hire and retain well-qualified staff, he discusses the company’s approach to hiring. Finally, he outlines the key milestones for investors to track over the next year.
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10/02/2017 | Kainos

Executive interview - WANdisco, CFO Erik Miller

Executive interview - WANdisco, CFO Erik Miller

CFO Erik Miller, who joined the company in the summer, gives an overview of his career before WANdisco and explains why the company’s replication technology and the IBM partnership were key attractions for joining the business. He discusses his key priorities for the near term and how the dynamics of WANdisco’s economic model have evolved over 2016. He also describes the key financial metrics that investors should be looking for as the company executes on his plan.
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17/01/2017 | WANdisco

Executive Interview: WANdisco, CEO David Richards

Executive Interview: WANdisco, CEO David Richards

CEO David Richards discusses recent developments in the big data marketplace and the relevance to WANdisco. He discusses the strong progress being made in the partnership with IBM, through which WANdisco signed a $1m deal with a major automotive manufacturer in Q4, and the strategic importance of the Amazon AWS partnership as more data migrates to the cloud. He describes the competitive environment for the WANdisco’s technology and discusses emerging trends in terms of customer deployments of WANdisco’s technology. He rounds up by summarising the key things that investors should expect from WANdisco in 2017.
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17/01/2017 | WANdisco

Executive Interview - Thoughtonomy

Executive Interview - Thoughtonomy

Thoughtonomy is a software company which provides a SaaS based virtual workforce to automate work that would normally have been performed by human workers. The software automates the ways in which humans interact with technology to complete a wide range of operational and support processes quickly, cost effectively and reliably.
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15/12/2016 | Thoughtonomy

Executive Interview - Seeing Machines

Executive Interview - Seeing Machines

SM specialises in operator performance and safety through real-time monitoring and intervention. The group’s IP is based around three sets of algorithms: head tracking (eg monitors for distraction, or if the subject is not facing in the correct direction), eye aperture (eg microsleeps/fatigue monitoring) and eye gaze (eg for device control).
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01/11/2016 | Seeing Machines

Executive Interview - NetDimensions

Executive Interview - NetDimensions

NetDimensions is a software company which provides talent and learning management systems to global enterprises. The company’s solutions allow organisations to deliver personalised learning, share knowledge, enhance performance, foster collaboration and manage compliance for employees, customers, partners and suppliers.
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19/10/2016 | NetDimensions

Executive Interview - Mercia Technologies

Executive Interview - Mercia Technologies

Mark Payton, Mercia’s CEO, talks through the progress the company has made since its IPO in 2014, explains their overarching philosophy for investing and summarises how Mercia differs from its closest peers, Imperial Innovations and IP Group. He explains the different structures Mercia has for investing in companies from seed through early stage development, growth and then exit and what makes Mercia an attractive partner for its investee companies. Finally, he talks through the key milestones that investors should look for over the course of 2016 and 2017.
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19/10/2016 | Mercia Technologies

Executive Interview - Nanoco

Executive Interview - Nanoco

CEO, Michael Edelman discusses the company’s partnerships with Merck and Wah Hong, signed following the move to a non-exclusive exclusive agreement with Dow earlier in the year, and talks about how the expansion of partners improves the company’s coverage of the display industry. He also describes how a near 10-fold improvement in manufacturing yield now makes the company’s Runcorn plant viable for volume manufacture whereas previously it only produced development volumes. He gives an update of progress in lighting and life sciences and rounds up by describing the key milestones that investors should look for over the next year.
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17/10/2016 | Nanoco Group

Executive Interview - accesso Technology Group

Executive Interview - accesso Technology Group

Executive chairman, Tom Burnet, introduces accesso and explains how the company uses a revenue share model to help leisure attraction operators make more money. He runs through the highlights of the first half of the year, when the company recorded its first profit over the period, which is seasonally much quieter than H2, despite significantly increasing R&D spend. He discusses the growth dynamics and strategy of the business, which includes looking more actively at acquisitions and how the company cross-sells different solutions across its customer base.
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12/10/2016 | accesso Technology Group

Executive Interview - IQE

Executive Interview - IQE

IQE is the leading supplier of epitaxial compound semiconductor wafers globally. The principal applications include radio frequency semiconductors, devices for optical networks, vertical cavity lasers, infrared semiconductors, power electronics and CPV solar cells.
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29/09/2016 | IQE

Executive Interview - WANdisco

Executive Interview - WANdisco

CEO David Richards explains how the big data landscape has evolved as enterprises opt for hybrid cloud deployments for improved flexibility and how WANdisco has evolved its business to adapt to this dynamic. He discusses the OEM partnership with IBM, the mutual benefits that each party should gain from the relationship and the status with other partners such as Amazon Web Services. He describes how WANdisco’s financial model has changed with the move to a partner-centric business model, discusses the company’s pathway to profitability and the key milestones that investors should look for over the course of the next year.
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15/07/2016 | WANdisco

Executive Interview - 1Spatial

Executive Interview - 1Spatial

CEO Marcus Hanke introduces 1Spatial and explains how its software helps very large organisations manage their spatial data. He discusses the transition of the company’s business model from bespoke customer engagements towards productising and modularising the IP so that 1Spatial can leverage the scale of large global partners such as Esri and HERE instead of competing with them. He discusses the impact that investing in this transition is having on near-term financials, as well as the longer-term benefits that it should yield, through driving scalable recurring subscription revenues. Finally, he also discusses what investors should look for over the course of 2016 as the company’s partnerships move into the commercialisation phase.
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12/07/2016 | 1Spatial

Bitesize Briefing - 1Spatial

Bitesize Briefing - 1Spatial

Bitesize Briefing
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01/07/2016 | 1Spatial

Executive Interview - Expert System

Executive Interview - Expert System

Expert System has developed proprietary and patented semantic software to extract meaning from text. This enables it to address the significant commercial opportunities that are presently available for solutions that can draw insights from the 80% of data that are thought to be unstructured. Its 2015 acquisition of TEMIS has put it in a strong position to leverage its award-winning cognitive technology across a much larger global footprint in the text analytics market (expected to reach $6.5bn by 2020). It has extended its strategic partnerships, including becoming a Google Premier Technology Partner and developing its relationships with system integrators and its impressive client base includes Eli Lilly, Thomson Reuters, UniCredit, Shell and a number of national security agencies. In this video, CEO Stefano Spaggiari gives a brief introduction to Expert System, details why the field of cognitive computing is so exciting at the moment and why Expert System is well placed to create value in this fast growing market.
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30/06/2016 | Expert System

Executive Interview - SinnerSchrader

Executive Interview - SinnerSchrader

SinnerSchrader is a leading European independent digital agency that specialises in helping companies use the internet to sell and market goods and services. The majority of sales originate in Germany, servicing accounts such as Allianz, BMW, Deutsche Bank, Telefonica and Unity Media.
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31/05/2016 | SinnerSchrader

Executive Interview - Nanoco Group

Executive Interview - Nanoco Group

Nanoco is the leading commercial supplier of cadmium-free quantum dots – fluorescent semiconductor nanoparticles typically between 10 and 100 atoms in diameter. These particles absorb or re-emit different colours of light depending on the size of the particle and can therefore be used in a number of different applications including LCD displays, lighting, medical applications and solar power. Display is the most advanced of these applications, where the company has a partnership with Dow Chemical, which has built a manufacturing facility capable of supporting millions of TVs in Korea. Nanoco also has its own manufacturing plant in Runcorn, UK which is used to produce quantum dots for development purposes and is suitable for commercial production for lower volume applications.
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06/05/2016 |

Bitesize Briefings - SinnerSchrader

Bitesize Briefings - SinnerSchrader

In this two minute video Edison Analyst Bridie Barrett discusses the main points of this outlook on SinnerSchrader.
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02/05/2016 | SinnerSchrader

Executive Interview - 1Spatial

Executive Interview - 1Spatial

Interview with CEO Marcus Hanke of 1Spatial coming soon.
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01/05/2016 | 1Spatial

Executive Interview - Stadium Group

Executive Interview - Stadium Group

Stadium Group is a leading supplier of wireless solutions, power supplies and electronic assemblies, with design and manufacturing operations in the UK and Asia. Half of its revenues are derived from the Technology division, which designs, integrates and manufactures machine-to-machine wireless solutions; designs and manufactures custom and standard power solutions from 1W to 10kW; and designs, integrates and manufactures intelligent human machine interface solutions. The other half is derived from its Electronics Manufacturing Services division, which serves global original equipment manufacturers.
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18/04/2016 | Stadium Group

Executive Interview - Blue Prism

Executive Interview - Blue Prism

Blue Prism provides robotic process automation software for repetitive back-office tasks. These software ‘robots’ are trained to automate manual, rules-based, administrative processes to create a more agile, cost-effective and accurate environment. The group launched a commercial version of its software product in 2008 and spent four years developing it with a number of blue-chip customers, including Barclays Bank, Co-operative Banking Group, Telefónica O2, RWE npower and Shop Direct.
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11/04/2016 |