Source - SMW
Eagle Eye Solutions Group has announced strategic board changes to capitalise on future growth opportunities.

Tim Mason, previously non-executive chairman, becomes chief executive taking over from Phill Blundell who becomes deputy CEO to strengthen Eagle Eye's capability to deliver its international growth strategy.

Non-executive director Malcolm Wall becomes non-executive chairman while non-executive director  Drew Thomson becomes remuneration committee chairman.

Mason joined the company in January 2016 and has gained a deep understanding of Eagle Eye's business, products, strategy and culture. 

He brings more than 30 years' experience within the grocery and retail industries, with a strong background in strategic marketing and customer loyalty. 

He held a number of key roles within the Tesco Group between 1982 and 2012 including Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Executive Officer of Fresh & Easy LLC, and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Tesco between January 2010 and December 2012. 

During this time there, he was instrumental in launching Clubcard and changing the way customer data was analysed to target customers in conjunction with dunnhumby. 

Blundell's new role as deputy CEO will focus on the overseas growth strategy and international development for the business. The international opportunity for Eagle Eye was opened up in North America following the significant contract win with Loblaw, the company's first overseas Tier 1 grocery customer, in February 2016. 

This contract is now under way with the implementation of Eagle Eye AIR within Loblaw Inc and today's move strengthens Eagle Eye's capability to capitalise on the significant international market opportunity.  

At 9:56am: (LON:EYE) Eagle Eye Solutions Group Plc share price was +7.5p at 103.5p

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