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Moin Zusammen,

auf sedar.com kann man einen neuen Finanzbericht abrufen.
Ebenfalls kleiner Auszug davon hier zu finden: http://www.eightsolutions.com/news/59b8986ad3113cae47ab738a

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.080.657 von allin123 am 13.01.17 19:54:47der letzte Ausweis der Unternehmenszahlen (http://www.eightsolutions.com/news/58407659ff43c5a7715514cd) zeigt weiterhin ein "schwierig" Bild. Keine Umsatzerhöhung....net loss "konstant" gehalten (Net loss attributable to the shareholders of the Company for the three months ended September 30, 2016 was $1,313,131 ($0.02 basic and diluted loss per share), and remained relatively unchanged compared to the net loss attributable to the shareholders of the Company for the three months ended September 30, 2015)....oh ha. Hätte der eigentlich nicht auf der Homepage unten in der Tabellendarstellung in Klammern dargestellt werden müssen?

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.079.766 von MuffinMan68 am 13.01.17 18:08:45maximal noch die ad-hoc zum delisting...
Moin Zusammen,

Alles still geworden und der Kurs sagt: nix ist gut...oder kommt da noch was?

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.715.230 von wegith am 28.06.16 17:43:03solang da loss statt income steht, ist nix gut ;)
heutiger Newsletter von Rory... wirklich gute Nachrichten, mal sehen was die nächsten Monate bringen... halte die Aktien weiter im keller, klingt alles gut :)
Q1 2016 Financial Highlights

· The Company has pivoted its business model from having the majority of revenue being 3D conversion services to now solely a software development and licensing service. This is reflected in the shift in 2015 to 2016 quarterly revenue. The revenue today is software service and licensing revenue

· The Company had a 10% quarter over quarter increase in software service and licensing revenue. This does not include revenue that will be generated from the forestry modules as they are now out of the development phase and installed in mills at a beta level. This will be the year that the Company expects to move from R&D to installing software and growing revenue

· Net income for the three months ended March 31, 2016 decreased compared to the same period in 2015 due to the gain of $5,000,039 from the sale of the 3D conversion studio business

· Though net income decreased, cash used in operating activities improved by 70% for the three months ended March 31, 2016 compared to the same period in 2015

Q1 2016 Operational Highlights

· The Company entered into an agreement with a large transportation business where the first module is to study how to improve the client’s existing data structures. The next step will be to plan the data solution with the client

· The Company continued to work on its Cumul8 Cirrus product with paying customers in entertainment, hospitality and forestry industries. Today, the forestry beta module of Cumul8 is installed in two sawmills proving the Cumul8 technology can move from sensors to the cloud and provide a data narrative solution for the industry.

· Cumul8 Sky, the Company’s mobile first discovery and collaboration tool, completed its third round of “closed” beta testing on iPhone and iPad devices and is on plan for commercial launch by the end of Q4 2016

· The Company’s subsidiary, Reelhouse Media Ltd. (“Reelhouse”) launched a dedicated Virtual Reality (“VR”) channel on www.reelhouse.org. with 16 VR films on-line at March 31, 2016, in addition to the greater than 6,000 existing 2D films on its site.

Q1 2016 Financial Summary

Three Months ended

March 31, 2016 March 31, 2015

$ 649,535 $ 6,243,779

Net income (loss) and comprehensive income (loss) attributable to the shareholders of the Company

$ (1,655,948) $ 4,509,439

Basic earnings (loss) per share
$ (0.03) $0.09
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.370.154 von Knorre73 am 09.05.16 21:32:52Ist ja auch klar warum:

seine (monatelangen Fehlprognosen) "Wunderwerte" sind allesamt in die Knie gegangen (harmlos ausgedrückt) und drücken sein lächerliches Show-Depot nach unten, daher hat er auch kein Stehvermögen, wer folgt schon einem Guru-Loser !?

Interessant ist, daß es immer noch Schlauberger gibt, die ihn verteidigen bzw. ihm hinterher laufen und ihm ihr Geld überweisen... Inkompetenzen sind genug bewiesen, die einzigen Gewinne macht leider (immer noch) der, der die Dummen melken kann.

Würde mich nur interessieren, ob er sich bei denen entschuldigt (oder besser: die entschädigt) hat, die auf seine empfehlenswerten Einstiegskurse reingefallen sind und ihr Geld los wurden?!

AM-Tipps: ü 0,90 bei Gener8
ü 0,30 bei Slyce
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.368.732 von wegith am 09.05.16 17:37:09Der Guru ist wirklich einer - Anhänger verarschen ... hat Eight und Slyce aus dem Depot geschmissen. Unglaublich, wie der diese beiden Werte angepriesen hat - da sieht man, wie er hinter seinen Analysen steht bzw. was sie wert sind.
ist der große Guru eigentlich noch investiert? man hört so gar nix mehr, bei seiner anderen Wunderaktie sieht man vom Riesenaufschwung auch nix mehr...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.192.753 von 08yango am 14.04.16 21:44:12wann kommen die Q1 Zahlen ?

die Bewertung der Bude ist ja lachhaft.
ist schwer zu sagen...rory muss unbedingt das vertrauen der Anleger zurückgewinnen...und das kann er mM nach nur dann, wenn er Kunden liefert! Warten wir mal ab was die nächsten Zahlen bringen werden... Diese und die darauffolgenden Q1 Zahlen werden die Richtung vorgeben...
Ob das nochmal irgendwann etwas wird ?
Die Frage ist was passieren müsste damit hier wieder Kurse von 1€ realistisch wären
news von Rory...

March 14, 2016

Dear Shareholders,

In this update I’d like to share some current events going on at Eight Solutions.

U.S. Market

First up, we are attending an investor conference in California this week (you may have seen the news release). This is a great opportunity to tell our story and product strategy to the American investment community. As you know the US market is bigger, more active and excited about the growing tech opportunities. I know that many people have been pushing us to generate more activity south of the border, so this conference is the kick off. We are using this conference as an opportunity to tell our “data platform” story. Cumul8 is a system that works from raw data, to visualization, to collaboration on that data. This is a strong story for the US market--big data, the cloud, mobile.

Reelhouse VR

On the Reelhouse front, we have officially launched a dedicated Virtual Reality (“VR”) channel. The Reelhouse team is at South by Southwest, in Austin Texas, rolling out our big VR plan with 15 new VR films. Today you can check out the VR channel and watch three film projects: Brooklyn Bikes, NYC Views and Burning Man.

Over the next few weeks, we roll out our comprehensive VR strategy with a VR Facebook campaign and the release of a new IOS app for streaming VR with a 360 player for 2D viewing. The Reelhouse VR app allows you to stream and view true VR on the Google cardboard player. Both our web and app 360 players will support Cardboard and 2D view. The 2D mode allows you to click and drag to look, and for mobile, moving the device to look around.

You will be able to see VR content and marketing on the Reelhouse home page and dedicated VR page with over 15 titles. Then, our native iOS app that is 360 Video ready, will be on the App Store with a dedicated area for VR content for users to discover.

VR Market Intel

We believe that VR is the next big thing in entertainment and has the same disruptive potential as the TV, PC, the internet, and smartphones. According to analysts, VR headsets sales will reach $461M this year and VR will be mainstream by 2017. By 2025 the VR content market size will reach $5.4B, the VR hardware market will reach $62B, and overall headset penetration will hit 500 million users.

From an investor perspective, VR has given rise to some significant deals recently. These include:

Facebook acquired Oculus (head mounted display) for $2.3B
Google invested $542B in Magic Leap (AR device player)
WeVR (cinematic content) raised $18.6M
High Fidelity (virtual world building software) raised $17.5M
Razer/OSVR (open source HMD) raised $50M
Jaunt (cameras and content) raised over $35M
Cumul8 News

Cumul8 has its first deployment of the forestry remote reader hitting a mill this month. We have spent the last few months designing and writing this with our client. This will drive home the point of “gather from sensors, visualize the data, and collaborate on that data”. With Cumul8 the mill will be able to gather the sensor data and then store in the cloud. This complete system for forestry will evolve to using parts of each of our three Cumul8 products. The solution will allow the mills to better understand, second-by-second, performance benchmarks and how to adjust maintenance. This understanding will improve the mill operations, save money and increase volume.

Sky is now completing its third round of user testing. The team is getting valuable insight into what’s important to users, how users want their data viewed, and most important how they want to collaborate with that data. We are excited to launch Sky this year.

Hiring continues at Cumul8. Since January we have added another 4 developers and designers to help the growing tasks in all three of the Cumul8 product lines. As well, we have launched a new website to reflect the Cumul8 brand and value proposition.

That’s it for now. I thank you for reading, for your support and your feedback.


Eight enters Cumul8 deal with unnamed business

2016-02-16 10:01 ET - News Release

Mr. Rory Armes reports


Eight Solutions Inc. has entered into an initial agreement with a large transportation business located in British Columbia. The goal of this initial assignment is to identify and understand the client's existing complex data structures to potentially then develop a Cumul8 live narrative to enable the client's operators to make better dispatching decisions. This phased approach is consistent with Cumul8's entry to and engagements in other industries.

"This assignment is exciting for us as it introduces our Cumul8 product to a fourth and very large industry sector," said Rory Armes, Eight Solutions chief executive officer. "The transportation sector offers great opportunity in terms of both the number of potential customers and the extensive Cumul8 product applications to address a multitude of complex data issues, whether the transportation is by air, land or sea."

This move aligns with Eight Solutions' strategy of broadening its industry reach with its Cumul8 technology. The company already has clients in entertainment, manufacturing and forestry, as well as hospitality. The company's goal with this assignment will be to further penetrate the transportation sector, similar to Eight Solutions' offerings to other industries. Cumul8 is quickly showing that it can take on the toughest data collection challenges and push a live, visual, mobile solution that sits easily on existing software, which is helping companies move forward with their data analytics without the difficulty of changing their working systems.
Update von Rory

January 22, 2015

Happy New Year,

I hope everyone enjoyed their holidays and got to spend a bit of time with family and friends. I find holidays both a time to enjoy and a time to be careful not to let the stress of expectations get the better of me. I like January because people are making decisions much faster than during December and everyone is rested and fired up to get things done.

I have received a lot of feedback from investors throughout last year on how to tailor this update to more of a business update with business objectives, rather than how I sometimes have treated it like a “white paper” on our products and theories. So, here goes...

CEO Updates

The first objective for 2016 is revamping this update. As mentioned I have tended to use this as a forum to dive deeper into the products and the strategy, to talk about what we are building, and how the Cumul8 products work together. I do this because I’m excited about the product line and where it is going. However, the more I say, the more I get questions on specifics around customers, milestones, sales, etc. So, the focus of the updates moving forward will be to really start answering questions, as best I can. I will use it as a sort of FAQ, where I will take the questions I receive during the month and answer them for all to see. Keep the questions coming and I’ll keep the answers coming.

News Release Schedule

I’ve had a couple comments on the number and style of news releases. Our philosophy is to use news releases for real news—anything we officially announce is a meaningful part of growing the company, like signing a new Cumul8 project. When the client allows us to release, I will announce new contracts. Other items that are less specifically tied to corporate development milestones will be in this update. Our 2016 objective for news releases is for an increase in the number, which means we will be increasing partnerships, sales and product releases.

Sales Projections

I am continually being asked to publish revenue forecasts. There are large, established companies that do this, but we are not ready to share our yearly projections as we are still a new company. What we can do is give you our conservative goals for Cumul8 growth in 2016 (with the intent to exceed these):

12 new Cumul8 Enterprise clients
4 new modules for existing Cumul8 clients
Over 2000 users of Cumul8
Over 50,000 active users of Cumul8 Sky
Sales Process

We are finding our groove in the Cumul8 Enterprise sales cycle. Our goal is to get our sales cycle shorter. With each new client we pitch, we are learning how to tighten up the process—from introduction to closing the sale. To do this, we approach clients with an MVP (minimum viable product). This allows us to keep the first module’s price at a level that is easy to say “yes” to. As well, we believe it’s important to get something up and running fast to show Cumul8’s value in action.


We plan to launch virtual reality (VR) capability with an exclusive VR project entitled Black Rock VR, which was shot at Burning Man in 2015. As well, will go deeper into some of the new relationships we have been working on. Key goals for Reelhouse for 2016 are:

5 new film distributors (with multiple films) signed
VR capability launched with the acquisition of VR films
I am excited about 2016 and thrilled to work with the amazing team at Eight. Mostly I would like to thank you for believing in us, for sending us comments and questions.



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Media Technology Provider Selects Qumulo for Exceptional Performance, Cost-Effectiveness and Real-Time Visibility Into Data Usage

/EINPresswire.com/ -- SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/06/16 -- Qumulo, pioneer of the world's first data-aware scale-out NAS, today announced that Eight Solutions Inc. has chosen Qumulo to accommodate growing capacity, throughput and analytics needs.

Eight Solutions is a media technology provider in Vancouver, BC, known for its proprietary Cumul8 data visualization, workflow and conversion software that targets the entertainment and digital media industry, along with other markets. Eight Solutions' 3D stereoscopic conversion technology in particular is best known through its 3D conversion of such movies as Maleficent, Godzilla, 300: Rise of an Empire, The Amazing Spider-Man and other blockbuster films.

As Eight Solutions expands its emphasis on big data solutions, it needed to not only grow its own storage capacity and performance, but also create an internal software development environment for testing, workflow modeling, etc. As Eight Solutions looked at various scale-out storage solutions, the team quickly took notice of Qumulo.

Qumulo offers the world's first data-aware scale-out NAS, delivering real-time analytics that provide visibility into data usage and storage across flexible, fast and highly scalable commodity hardware. Eight Solutions saw in Qumulo a kindred spirit, as both companies work hard to enable customers to strategically unlock the potential of data. Jason Navarro, the company's IT manager, quickly realized that Qumulo's data analytics would not only give his team a better understanding of how its own storage was being used, but also integrate that visibility into its Cumul8 software to provide customers with a whole new level of data insight.

Qumulo also exceeded Eight Solution's performance expectations -- specifically, on the single-stream threading that was important for Eight Solutions' particular use case. "I ran performance tests, and Qumulo was right at the top of the list," notes Navarro. "The performance it delivered was outstanding."

Even better, Eight Solutions found all of the power that Qumulo offered was affordable. Qumulo is designed around a 'pay-as-you-grow' strategy that allows for easy scalability in both system and cost. From Installation to usability and maintenance, Qumulo also proved to be straightforward and simple to use.

"From the moment we installed it, the Qumulo cluster has been rock solid," said Navarro. "I spend zero time managing the system, and that's my metric for good storage: I don't ever want to see it. I just set up my notifications and monitoring, every now and then do a quick health check, and that's it. The Qumulo storage just works."

Qumulo's data analytics have been a real bonus for Navarro's team, giving them insight into data, capacity and performance-usage across all the various business groups under the Eight Solutions umbrella.

In addition, Navarro has been pleasantly surprised by his experience with the Qumulo Care team, which is readily available whenever needed. "People don't see support when they first choose to work with a vendor, but I love my Qumulo Care team and it's the single biggest reason why I would continue to buy from Qumulo," he said. "I never have to explain myself because the team already knows my environment 'inside and out.' You don't get that with other vendors."

Ultimately Eight Solutions has found that Qumulo is ideally designed for a modern IT environment. "Qumulo is adapted to the new world of mobile and cloud and SaaS, building not just the technology but also its business practices from the ground up to suit that environment. To be honest, everything about Qumulo just screams 'we listen,'" concluded Navarro.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 51.293.646 von M_6 am 12.12.15 17:27:29Die letzten Tage sieht es ja nicht schlecht aus.

Hoffentlich geht's so weiter :)
Die Frage ist nur ob es hier noch Hoffnung gibt.
Und ob wir vielleicht wieder Kurse von einem Euro sehen können
Eight Solutions Inc. (TSXV:ES) (“Eight Solutions” or the “Company”) announces the release of its unaudited consolidated interim financial results for the nine months ended September 30, 2015. All figures are in Canadian dollars.

Q3 2015 Financial Update

The move from a service based business model to one of software licensing allowed the Company to reduce its losses by 34% compared to the three months ended September 30, 2014 and reduce its loss over this period by $0.02 per share
Revenue for the first nine months ended September 30, 2015 was $ 8,235,659 compared to $ 12,841,879 for the nine months ended September 30, 2014
Net income for the nine months ended September 30, 2015 was $ 2,594,509, an increase of 54% compared to the nine months ended September 30, 2014
Q3 2015 Operational Update

The Company commenced trading on the TSXV
The Company entered into a services and license agreement with Squirrel Systems of Canada Ltd., a hospitality point of sale software provider
The Company announced its alliance with The BID Group of Companies (“BID”), a provider of forestry equipment and mill construction and entered into a software services and license agreement with BID
The Company completed several proposals and introductions of its Cumul8 products to prospective customers in the forestry, hospitality and entertainment and digital media sectors
Q3 2015 Financial Summary

Three months ended

September 30, 2015
September 30, 2014

$ 994,858
$ 2,364,533

Net loss and comprehensive loss attributable to the shareholders of the Company

$ 1,226,271

$ 1,869,599

Basic loss per share
$ 0.02
$ 0.04

In other business, a director of the Company provided a demand loan facility to the Company to borrow up to $1,000,000. The director has agreed to not demand repayment of any drawings against the facility until after January 1, 2017, although the Company can make earlier repayments. The loan bears interest of 12% and is secured by a general security agreement against the assets of the Company.

The loan is a “related party transaction” within the meaning of Multilateral Instrument 61-101 Protection of Minority Security Holders in Special Transactions (“MI 61-101”). The Company is relying on the exemption from the formal valuation requirement in section 5.5(b) of MI 61-101 (as a result of its shares being listed on the TSX Venture Exchange) and the exemption from the minority approval requirement in section in section 5.7(f) of MI 61-101 (as a result of the transaction involving a loan without any equity component). A material change report will be filed less than 21 days before the closing date of the transaction. This shorter period is reasonable and necessary in the circumstances to allow the Company to obtain financing for working capital.
Post von Danielle...

Eight Solutions Integrates Cumul8 with Quantum’s StorNext

VANCOUVER BC, November 24, 2015 — Eight Solutions Inc. (TSXV:ES) (“Eight Solutions” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce a new technology relationship with Quantum Corporation (NYSE: QTM) (“Quantum”). Eight Solutions is integrating its innovative Cumul8 Stratus Digital Asset Management system (“Stratus DAM”) into Quantum’s workflow optimized storage platform.

Cumul8’s Stratus DAM is a professional-grade digital asset management solution used to organize, process, version, transport, retrieve and protect data across several content and data-intensive industries. Like all Cumul8 offerings, the Stratus DAM module showcases data visually—making it meaningful, easy to understand and actionable—a core part of Eight Solution’s product strategy. Stratus DAM is fully customizable for customer needs and its API (application program interface) allows easy integration with other production management systems. Stratus DAM empowers any company to create, manage, organize and access huge sets of digital assets.

Quantum’s StorNext collaborative, shared file system drives a complete range of workflow optimized storage solutions, from high performance shared storage, to massive tape libraries and Lattus object storage. Eight Solutions will leverage StorNext’s API and workflow intelligence to deliver a tightly integrated solution to customers that can manage assets across an entire lifecycle - from initial ingest and discovery through efficient storage management and long-term archiving and monetization.

As a highly unique and effective way to manage immense amounts of different types of digital assets, Stratus DAM provides fast and user-friendly searching capabilities. Stratus DAM has been a workhorse in the film industry, processing close to 1 million gigabytes of data and 140 million files this year alone. Stratus DAM features a data synchronization system, which allows high-speed, secure, and low latency transfers between multiple, trusted servers across the Internet without having to pay for costly transfer services. Stratus DAM can easily pay for itself in savings on asset transfer costs.

Eight Solutions has now joined the Quantum Advantage Program for Technology Partners. As a Quantum Technology Partner, Eight Solutions has access to Quantum’s vast customer network, allowing the Company to bring business-driven data management to a broader range of customers to help solve some of the biggest challenges in data management, including ingest, transport and data lifecycle management.

“From a strategy perspective this is a fantastic opportunity for us,” says Rory Armes, Eight Solutions CEO. “Quantum is a trusted leader in data solutions, and to work with them at this level is a huge step forward for our Cumul8 Stratus product line."

About Quantum

Quantum is a leading expert in scale-out storage, archive and data protection, providing solutions for capturing, sharing and preserving digital assets over the entire data lifecycle. From small businesses to major enterprises, more than 100,000 customers have trusted Quantum to address their most demanding data workflow challenges. With Quantum, customers can Be Certain™ they have the end-to-end storage foundation to maximize the value of their data by making it accessible whenever and wherever needed, retaining it indefinitely and reducing total cost and complexity. See how at www.quantum.com/customerstories......

kennt wer nen Fondanbieter, der ein Produkt speziell mit big data Firmen zusammengestellt hat?

Habe nur den soleactive indey gefunden DE000SLA9DB6. Der performt nur so semi, dafür dass das so ein riesen Wachstumsmarkt IST.

Was ist hier eigendlich noch los????War der Seitwärtsverlauf jetzt nicht lang genug?
Warum passiert hier nichts mehr mit dieser Aktie???
November 2, 2015

Dear Shareholders,

I want to preface this update by addressing the questions we keep getting about our stock price and volume. Share price is not an appropriate topic for these updates; rather the purpose of these updates is to talk about what we are doing from a development and technical perspective and about what is going on in the industry. As the CEO, my focus is to build value in the company the best way I know how. Creating value in Eight Solutions is about developing and commercializing unique technology that solve problems better than any competing solution.

In terms of our share price, what I can say is that we take it very seriously. We are all shareholders and we want to see the value we are creating in the building translate to the share price. To help do this we have hired two firms to help us market our story to the right brokers and investors. These are experts in public markets and they can do what they do best, and I can increase value by creating disruptive technology, which is what I do best.

We have evolved from a service-based strategy to a technology and product based strategy. We believe that this strategy will generate significantly more upside through licensing and product sales. In my opinion this strategy, when looking at the bigger market for data visualization, will get the share price to where we want it.

Our number one focus now is to ensure our Cumul8 offering is better than anything else out there, and aggressively sell into our target market. I know I have told you a lot about the technology behind Cumul8 so today I’m going to drive deeper into our revenue models and how we are driving sales.

We have a clear market and vision for our three categories of data narrative tools—each has a story, a market, and a revenue model. Cumul8 is about binding data together and giving users an ability to see it as one narrative. As well, it is important for you to understand we are building these products on top of one main technology base. The diagram below will help explain.

Eight Solutions Pyramid
Cumul8 Cirrus

Cirrus is at the top level. We approach this product as an enterprise product. This has the largest price tag for the client, but has the least number of clients. That is because it is custom built for clients, yet it is based on a set of tools and common code that keeps growing with each new customer. As well, we are able to deliver each new custom solution quicker and more cost effectively then the last.

We approach a Cirrus client with a starting module we call the MVP (minimum viable product). From there we build upon that as the client starts using it and learns how to get more out of it. The revenue approach is to build a yearly model from each Cirrus client. As well we are targeting key players in each industry and leveraging the initial industry success story to expand into the whole industry. Today we are have five Cirrus clients and will grow that number before the end of the year.

Cumul8 Stratus

With Stratus we have designed a digital asset system, which starts with the Digital Asset Management (DAM) module. Today we have close to 1,000 users in Vancouver and India. Stratus has processed 142,000,000 files and deals with 8,000,000 queries per day.

The pricing model is based on a site license, which varies depending on the user count. Far more people will be using Stratus, but each individual will be paying less than an enterprise customer would for Cirrus. Stratus will have a “try before you buy” component, a standard sales incentive for this type of offering. People need to see it adding value and then realize they need it and will save them more resources than it will cost. We have planned addition modules on top of DAM that we can sell into our customers. The second module we plan to sell is called Sync. The Sync module allows multiple sites to sync their assets without needing to spend a lot of money on third party FTP (file transfer protocol) services. The cost of this type of module will save the client money by not having to spend money on other services. Further, it will stream line operations for all multi-location companies that share digital assets. To jump-start the sales on Stratus we plan to work with value added resellers who know the space and know exactly what the customers need.

Cumul8 Sky

Sky is our mobile SaaS product that takes the technology base and learning from both Cirrus and Stratus and leverages it to a broader market. Like Stratus we will implement “play before you pay” strategy, this is similar to products like LinkedIn. This “freemium” model is designed to quickly penetrate the market with a base product and get them using it, loving it, and then paying for it. Although Sky will sell for far less that Cirrus or Stratus, Sky will have the largest volume of users. Because Sky is cloud based and mobile first, we believe that it will rapidly expand throughout the market.

If you have seen IBM’s new product called Watson, you will see how the model can work. Sky is not going up against IBM, as we are a different product, but it does show you that this is an exciting market and consumers are interested in data and data narratives.

Sky is differentiated on a number of factors:

Collaboration: Sky is a collaborative tool, a medium for a group of people to find insights together and make decisions. This collaboration will help create a “data-informed” culture within an organization or any group working together on a product.
Mobile First: Sky is mobile first—not mobile as an afterthought. Our beta version is coming out on IOS and Android first. This matters because your phone is the best way to collaborate in real-time, all the time.
Visual Analytics: The third key way we are going to be better in the market is through our Visual Analytics Loop. This will help you find insights. Sky will deliver analytics in a visual and innovate way, allowing you to merge data, tweak data, tweak visuals, share, repeat, all in one tool.
Community: Last but not least, Sky is a community. Sky will have a community of people sharing datasets and insights, and extending the power of the platform via our API's. We will be tap into popular culture and our community to communicate and market the benefits of the product.
At the end of the day, we believe in Cumul8. We live, eat and breathe Cumul8. I am personally betting on Cumul8 and so is everyone else in the company. We are seeing our sales grow. We are looking to go deep into forestry with our Cirrus product and we are excited about more sales meetings happening this fall. As well as our current industry focus, we are being introduced to transportation companies and more. We do hope that investors are also excited about our story and can see beyond the immediate numbers and see the bigger potential.

Thanks for reading,

Eight Solutions Continues Cumul8 Growth in the Entertainment Sector

VANCOUVER BC, October 21, 2015 — Eight Solutions Inc. (TSXV:ES) (“Eight Solutions” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has signed a service, license and support agreement with an entertainment client.

“Our core design group has spent years in the entertainment industry, so reaching deeper into this sector is a natural fit for us,” says Rory Armes, CEO of Eight Solutions. “Our experience in 3D conversion helped us understand the low-level needs of digital asset movement, along with the need to simplify the chaos of data, helping anyone at anytime see what’s going on with their film.”

The entertainment industry has been one of Eight Solutions’ pillars for growth. The Company anticipates that its Cumul8 product line will expand quickly throughout the entertainment sector. The core Cumul8 technology has already moved more than 1000 terabytes and over 143 million files of digital data. As well as the entertainment industry, Eight Solutions now has Cumul8 customers in aviation, manufacturing, forestry, and hospitality, with more to come.

Moving forward the Company's focus is to place Cumul8 in the hands of strategic customers, who are leaders in their respective industries. With these strategic customers, Eight Solutions hopes to prove the Cumul8 model of success—saving companies time and resources—and leverage this success to penetrate the broader markets.
News von Danielle:

VANCOUVER BC, October 5, 2015 — Eight Solutions Inc. (TSXV:ES) (“Eight Solutions” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has signed a Cumul8 service and license agreement (“Agreement”) with The BID Group of Companies (“BID Group”), a leading provider of forestry equipment and mill construction services to the North American forestry industry.

The Agreement resulted from the Company’s partnership with the BID Group previously announced on July 15, 2015. The Agreement involves Eight Solutions developing a variety of data visualization and analytic tools that will initially read machine data from equipment sold and installed by Comact, a subsidiary of the BID Group. A software license agreement to utilize Eight Solution’s Cumul8 software will underpin the Comact machine data product. Further, the Agreement contemplates a royalty license that will allow Eight Solutions to share in the product’s success when Comact sells the data visualization and analytic tool across the forestry industry as a complement to their existing series of products and services. There may also be additional downstream opportunities for Eight Solutions to develop other Cumul8-based data visualization solutions with individual forestry companies beyond the initial machine data applications.

The BID Group manufactures, installs, and maintains operating equipment across North America. Eight Solutions anticipates that its Cumul8 technology on Comact machinery will vastly improve operating efficiencies, cut maintenance costs, reduce downtime, and make significant cost savings for forest product companies by providing a live, mobile visual understanding of the data generated at the operating level of each machine.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for us to work with Comact and the BID Group, a leading player in the forestry sector,” says Rory Armes, CEO of Eight Solutions. “Our goal is to equip them with the right visualization and data analytic tools to show the forestry industry how utilizing the raw machine data in a live, visually effective way can dramatically improve sawmill performance.”

“We are excited that this partnership is now solidified,” says Alistair Cook, CEO of the BID Group. “Technology and innovation are critical to our business and Cumul8, along with our talented people, will develop and provide a technology driven analytical tool to further help our customers operate more effectively and efficiently”

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