Merci a pbergeronbelanger pour avoir ouvert le thread. Il y a beaucoup de volume aujourd’hui sur le titre de Gatekeeper suite a la nouvelle d’hier qui est apparue après les heure du marché
Vous pensez qu’il s’agit de quelle compagnie le fameux partenaire? J’ai Trimble en tête…
Un des plus gros compétiteur dans le domaine des caméras corporelles, la compagnie Taser tente une percée canadienne selon cette article dans la presse aujourd’hui. Une autre compagnie similaire a Gatekeeper qui se transige au Nasdaq est Digital Ally inc. DGLY avec un revenue annuel d’environ 25 millions, le titre se transige a $7.89 l’action.
Gatekeeper lists on FSE; director Jackson resigns
2015-08-19 16:20 ET - News Release
Mr. Doug Dyment reports
GATEKEEPER SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES LISTING ON THE FRANKFURT STOCK EXCHANGE
Gatekeeper Systems Inc. has listed its common shares for trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE) under the trading symbol “1GK.” The listing provides Gatekeeper’s new and existing European shareholders with greater access to trading in the company’s common shares, and increased visibility for its activities in the European capital markets. Gatekeeper’s common shares on the FSE will trade concurrent with common shares listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “GSI” and on the OTC markets under the symbol “GKPRF.”
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Deutsche Borse) is one of the world’s largest stock exchanges, and the electronic trading platform of the exchange, Xetra, has made it the world’s second-largest fully electronic cash market. Gatekeeper stock quotes may be checked on-line on the exchange’s website.
President and chief executive officer, Doug Dyment, stated: “Part of our ongoing capital markets strategy is to promote Gatekeeper as a leading mobile video security technology and services company. Gatekeeper’s management recently completed a European public relations tour, during which we presented to European institutions and investors who have demonstrated a strong interest and appreciation in our progress in the video surveillance space.”
Changes to the board of directors
Gatekeeper also announces that Jonathan Jackson has resigned as a director of the company for personal reasons. Gatekeeper wishes to thank Mr. Jackson for his dedication and service to the company as a valuable member of the board of directors.
Mr. Dyment state: “We are saddened to see Jonathan leave the directorship, a role in which he served prior to the company going public, but we respect and support his decisions. We thank him for all of his contributions and valuable advice, and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavours.”
Voici le nouveau partenaire logiciel pour Gatekeeper…
Gatekeeper signs reseller partner deal with SunGard
2015-08-20 10:31 ET - News Release
Mr. Doug Dyment reports
GATEKEEPER SYSTEMS SIGNS STRATEGIC RESELLER AGREEMENT WITH SUNGARD PUBLIC SECTOR
Further to its press release dated Aug. 5, 2015, Gatekeeper Systems Inc. has signed a reseller partner agreement with SunGard Public Sector Inc. SunGard Public Sector provides software solutions that help government agencies, utilities and non-profits provide more effective services to their citizens and communities. SunGard Public Sector is an indirect subsidiary of SunGard, one of the world’s leading software and technology services provider with approximately $2.8-billion (U.S.) in annual revenue.
Public safety and justice agencies uses SunGard Public Sector solutions to manage emergency dispatch operations, citizen and incident records, mobile computing in the field, and operations of courts and jails. More than 115 million citizens live in communities that are supported by SunGard Public Sector products and services.
“Our arrangement with Gatekeeper will be a key component of our strategy around an end-to-end, fully integrated video solution for public safety agencies across the country,” said Kevin Lafeber, general manager of public safety for SunGard Public Sector. “As focus on video for public safety operations increases from citizens and government, we recognize the need for a solution that will help agencies manage this data with ease and tap into this data as a powerful investigative tool.”
The company’s products and services covered under the arrangement include body cameras, XVault video evidence management system, designed as an enterprise platform software application capable of managing video from body-worn cameras and other mobile video systems, including police vehicles and aircraft, cell phones, security cameras and broadcast video, XConnect software, DOKN-GO software, and accessories, as well as installation and training services.
President and chief executive officer Doug Dyment stated: “This relationship is an important milestone for Gatekeeper. Our engineering teams synchronized from the first meeting and I was confident a contract would be executed on – it was only matter of time before we worked out the details. Our goal of an open architecture platform strategy will bring together body cameras and docking stations with XVault video management software to integrate with SunGard Public Sector software solutions, in an effort to create unique product offerings for its customers. With the recent completion of our equity financing, we are now positioned to leverage the business development efforts of our team and position the company to execute on our growth strategy, which includes an aggressive penetration plan into the North American public safety market.”
Comme je dit depuis le début, très content d’avoir pris position a 0.15$ et cette compagnie arrête pas de grandir rapidement, j’ai hâté de voir d’ici 1 ans sur chiffre d’affaire quand le gouvernement va approuver tout les états à avoir des caméra au policier et en plus si il réussisse à implémenter leur système dans les autobus scolaire…
Gatekeeper a été chercher de l’expérience dans le (SaaS) business
Gatekeeper Systems appoints Jackson CFO
2015-09-08 09:11 ET - News Release
Mr. Douglas Dyment reports
GATEKEEPER SYSTEMS APPOINTS ANTHONY JACKSON AS CFO, ADDING MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE IN “SAAS” BUSINESS
Gatekeeper Systems Inc. has appointed Anthony Jackson as the company’s chief financial officer, subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval.
Mr. Jackson is a principal of BridgeMark Financial Corp., which provides corporate compliance, financial advisory and financial reporting activities to public and private companies. Mr. Jackson also founded Jackson & Company, Chartered Accountants, assisting private and public companies in a variety of industries with full-service accounting and tax services. Prior to his time at BridgeMark, Mr. Jackson spent a number of years working at Ernst & Young LLP and obtaining his CA designation before moving onto work as a senior analyst at a boutique investment banking firm. Mr. Jackson brings a broad range of software experience to the company, with software-as-a-service experience spanning across the North American and international markets. Furthermore, Mr. Jackson led financial reporting teams and developed financial valuation models within various SaaS organizations. Most recently, Mr. Jackson has had extensive experience as a director and CFO of numerous publicly traded corporations in the technology space. Mr. Jackson holds a bachelor of business administration degree from Simon Fraser University and the professional designation of chartered professional accountant (CPA, CA), where he is a member of the B.C. and Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Doug Dyment, president and chief executive officer of the company, commented: “We are extremely pleased that Anthony is joining our company. His broad and in-depth accounting management experience and significant leadership abilities, combined with relevant industry and recurring revenue experience, will strengthen our management team as we transition parts of our business to a SaaS model. On behalf of the company, we wish to welcome Anthony and look forward to working with him as we continue to advance the business.”
Mr. Jackson has replaced Kevin Ma as CFO, and the company would like to thank Mr. Ma for his services and contributions to date, and wishes him the best in his future endeavours.
Gatekeeper Systems Enters Into Recurring Revenue Stop-Arm Contract in the State of Georgia
ABBOTSFORD, BC–(Marketwired - October 14, 2015) -
•First stop-arm contract with both school and county participation
•Gatekeeper retains 50% of fines which range from USD $300 to $1,000 per citation
•Highlights Gatekeeper’s transition from a hardware company to a higher margin, recurring revenue software company
Gatekeeper Systems Inc. (“Gatekeeper” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: GSI) (OTC PINK: GKPRF) (FRANKFURT: 1GK) is pleased to announce that it has entered into its first recurring revenue contract (the “Contract”) for Gatekeeper’s Student Protector™ equipment, and TIM™ (Traffic Infraction Management) technology with Jones County School District (the “District”), located in Georgia, USA.
Under the terms of the Contract, the District and the County Administration (the “County”) will work together with the Company to issue citations for stop-arm violations using evidence from Gatekeeper’s Student Protector™ equipment, and TIM™ technology. The revenue generated from collection of citation fees will be split amongst the District, the County, and the Company, with Gatekeeper retaining 50% of the total ticketed fees. In Georgia, USA, stop-arm violation tickets begin at USD $300 for the first offence; USD $750 for the second offense; and USD $1,000 for subsequent offences within a five-year period. The Contract is for an initial five-year term, beginning on the day which the first citation is issued, and renewable at the District’s option for an additional five-year term.
Doug Dyment, President and CEO commented, “We are thrilled that Jones County has chosen Gatekeeper for this project, following their initial Evaluation Phase which began in September 2014. The achievement of this contract marks a milestone for the Company, as it is our first recurring revenue contract with both a school district and County participating. We are confident that positive results and user experiences from this will help drive Gatekeeper’s transition into a leading end-to-end solution provider.”
Under the Contract, Gatekeeper has received approval from the Sheriff’s Department in Jones County, GA, to access the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (“NLETS”) on their behalf, which is a national database of registered owner information. By having direct access, Gatekeeper is able to directly enter the license plate information of the offending vehicle into NLETS in order to issue a citation in conjunction with the Sheriff’s Office, ensuring a timely and accurate issuance process.
The District currently has a fleet of 80 buses and Gatekeeper will begin an initial installment on approximately 10% of their fleet, which will continue to be re-evaluated as the project progresses.
During the past 12 months Gatekeeper has been in discussions with twenty-three school districts, representing approximately 4,000 school buses, to install a complete and fully functioning stop-arm camera system for a specified period (the “Evaluation Phase”), subject to receipt of signed demo agreements. The Evaluation Phase enables school districts to verify the quality of Gatekeeper’s Student Protector™ technology, as well as monitor the number of stop-arm violations experienced, prior to entering into a contract.
The Company currently has fourteen school districts throughout the United States in the Evaluation Phase, representing 975 school buses, and is hopeful that it will be awarded additional contracts following the completion of the Evaluation Phase. In the State of Georgia alone, Gatekeeper currently has nine school districts, representing 509 school buses, in the Evaluation Phase. Early indications from the systems installed as part of the Evaluation Phase show an average incident rate of 1.5 stop-arm violations per day, per bus.
The National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation study for 2015 indicates 12,063 stop-arm violations occurred in a single day. With an average of 180 days in a school year, the number of stop-arm violations could surpass 2 million within the State of Georgia.
Ownership of Student Protector™ equipment, and TIM™, a proprietary software application, remains the property of Gatekeeper, thereby providing a zero capital cost solution to school districts while enabling them to share in stop-arm violation ticket revenue.
Gatekeeper Unveils New High-Definition Cameras at 2015 International Chiefs of Police Conference
ABBOTSFORD, BC–(Marketwired - October 22, 2015) - Gatekeeper Systems Inc. (“Gatekeeper” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: GSI)(OTC PINK: GKPRF)(FRANKFURT: 1GK) is pleased to announce that it will be showcasing its latest XFORCE™ high-definition cameras for the law enforcement market at the International Chiefs of Police Conference (IACP) in Chicago, Illinois from October 24 to 27, 2015.
The unveiling will include the Company’s latest version of its high-definition body cameras and micro in-car forward facing camera that maximizes vision while reducing in-car clutter. The latest version of the high-definition body camera includes the DOKN-GO™ appliance, providing an easy-to-use total solution for smaller law enforcement agencies. The micro high-definition in-car camera has wide angle and long-range capability in a single two mega pixel package. For further information on the Company’s product line, please visit the ‘Products’ section of the Company’s website.
As previously announced on August 20, 2015, the Company entered into a strategic reseller agreement with SunGard Public Sector Inc. (“SunGard”) to promote Gatekeeper’s body camera and evidence management solution to their law enforcement customer network. Accordingly, the Company and SunGard have planned a joint marketing and product launch of Gatekeeper’s body camera and data management system scheduled for October 24th at the IACP conference at booth #4060.
SunGard Public Sector provides software solutions that help government agencies, utilities and non-profits provide more effective services to their citizens and communities. SunGard Public Sector is an indirect subsidiary of SunGard, one of the world’s leading software and technology services provider with approximately USD $2.8 billion in annual revenue.
Public safety and justice agencies uses SunGard Public Sector solutions to manage emergency dispatch operations, citizen and incident records, mobile computing in the field and operations of courts and jails. More than 115 million citizens live in communities that are supported by SunGard Public Sector products and services.
The Company’s products and services covered under the SunGard agreement include body cameras, XVAULT™ Video Evidence Management System, designed as an enterprise platform software application capable of managing video from body-worn cameras and other mobile video systems, including police vehicles and aircraft, cell phones, security cameras and broadcast video, XCONNECT™ software, DOKN-GO™ software, and accessories, as well as installation and training services.
Approximately 14,000 public safety professionals are expected to attend the IACP conference in Chicago to increase operational efficiencies through innovative technology advancements.
Danny Deadlock fait la promotion de Gatekeeper sur stockhouse GSI 0.18: New video tech & police body cameras
Gatekeeper Announces Completion of High-Definition Contracts Totaling Approximately $700,000 CDN
ABBOTSFORD, BC–(Marketwired - October 29, 2015) - Gatekeeper Systems Inc. (“Gatekeeper” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: GSI)(OTC PINK: GKPRF) (FRANKFURT: 1GK) is pleased to report that it has completed on approximately $700,000 CDN in purchase orders previously received for its high-definition mobile video systems.
As part of Gatekeeper’s pre-product launch activity, management presented its high-definition system to several school districts on both the West and East Coast of the United States, successfully closing on one-hundred percent of the projects.
Gatekeeper’s high-definition mobile video platform brings together a unique capability of integrated WiFi and live streaming capability with remote management features, allowing customers to access video from their devices even when vehicles are powered off. The platform is applicable to all mobile video markets.
The Company launched its latest body camera and micro high-definition camera systems for in-car police applications this past week at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), during which President Obama addressed the conference to speak on the importance of national security and the critical role police are responsible for.
Doug Dyment, President and CEO, stated, “Our high-definition systems were very well received with interest coming from the USA agencies as well as agencies in other countries. With the anticipation of a paradigm shift among mobile markets from analog to high-definition cameras and video management, we believe our strategic plan is in the sweet spot for pending requirements.” Dyment also added, "We have had back-to-back national product launches and couldn’t be more pleased with the feedback thus far. Next up is the North American launch of our high-definition camera systems for the school bus market at the National Association of School Transportation November 8th to the 11th. Interest in our high-definition systems has been outstanding and we are accelerating our push to market on all fronts."
A recent story in USA today wrote, "Amid tense police-community relations, the Obama administration began a program Friday to assess the effectiveness of having officers wear body cameras that can record interactions with the public. The Justice Department announced it is providing $20 million to police departments for body cameras, the first installment in a three-year program budgeted at $75 million.
“Body-worn cameras hold tremendous promise for enhancing transparency, promoting accountability and advancing public safety for law enforcement officers and the communities they serve,” Attorney General Loretta Lynch said. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the program will help jurisdictions with the purchase of 50,000 body-worn cameras and provide evaluations of how well the program works. Civil rights advocates demand that officers be required to wear cameras in the wake of a series of police killings. After riots broke out over the death of a man in police custody, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she would launch a body-camera pilot program.
Gatekeepers high-definition product line includes an easy to use body camera system that has designed-in automated software for downloading video from the body camera after the shift has ended.
“It’s a complete hands-off operation and as a former law enforcement officer you want to put your camera down at the end of your shift and have automated software upload the video to the back-end evidence management system,” stated Gary Lux, who is part of the Gatekeeper team.
The Company is also planning on bringing together its wireless connected mobile devices such as in-car video, body camera video, cell phone and other forms of evidence to a common evidence management software application trade named XVAULT.
Le titre est présentement revenu a un très bon point d’entrée.
Les états financiers sont maintenant sur sedar Les revenues sont a la hausses, le bilan s’améliore mais Gatekeeper n’est pas encore profitable. La raison de la baisse du titre est peut-être relié a un futur financement
In order to continue to meet customer demand and fulfill projected growing order backlog, the Company will need and continues to pursue ongoing financing to facilitate growth and working capital, primarily for purchasing of inventory and allowing a reasonable time for collection of accounts receivables. The Company is confident that production can be ramped up to meet expected demand
voici un résumé des états financiers…
Revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015, was $2,468,209, compared to $ 1,198,409 during the comparative period of the prior year, representing a 106% increase. Comparing quarter-on-quarter during fiscal 2015, F2015-Q4 revenues improved 70% from F2015-Q3 and 127% from F2015-Q2. The Company operates in one segment in which it develops, manufactures, and markets mobile video security systems for the school bus and public transportation markets.
Revenues for the year ended August 31, 2015 were $ 5,943,773, compared to revenues of $4,040,124 during the year ended August 31, 2014, representing a 47% increase compared to the prior year. The ramp-up of production and sales during the fourth quarter is consistent with management’s expectations and the level the business activity within the Company’s sales funnel. The current quarter’s significant growth is reflective of greater customer adoption in existing markets, sale of new products in new market segments, and the attraction of new distribution partners.
The Company will continue to focus on top-line growth as we expand our products and software services to our customers in existing markets, and enter into new markets with our scalable G4 Incident Management Software, high speed mobile license plate reading technologies, together with TIMTM software application, and our newly launched XFORCETM High Definition Body Worn Camera, with XVAULTTM Data Management software application for law enforcement and private security applications scheduled to launch during the second quarter of fiscal 2015.
Gross margins for the Company’s fourth quarter, three months ended August 31, 2015, were 47%, compared to 32% during the comparative period of the prior year.
Gatekeeper Wins High Definition Contract Valued at $620,000 CDN From Leading Transportation Company
ABBOTSFORD, BC–(Marketwired - February 09, 2016) - Gatekeeper Systems Inc. (“Gatekeeper” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: GSI) (OTC PINK: GKPRF) (FSE: 1GK) is
pleased to report that it has entered into a new contract with a leading transportation services company with operationsin over 130 locations within the United States, District of Columbia, Canada, and Saudi Arabia. The total contract is valued at approximately $620,000 CDN.
Qui s’ajoute a cette nouvelle de la semaine passé:
Gatekeeper Announces United States Air Force Contract Award for Its High Definition Airborne Digital Video Recorder ABBOTSFORD, BC–(Marketwired - February 03, 2016) - Gatekeeper Systems Inc. (“Gatekeeper” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: GSI) (OTC PINK: GKPRF) (FRANKFURT: 1GK) is pleased to report a new contract by the United States Air Force for Gatekeeper’s VIPERFISH® SDI-1 High-Definition airborne Digital Video Recorders. The value of the contract is approximately $350,000 USD.
S’ils peuvent developper une bonne relation avec le US Air force, ca peut etre tres interessant avec les budgets que l’armée a à dépensé (eux ils s’en calissent des récessions et de l’économie, ils dépensent (l’entreprise pour laquelle je travaille a un client qui fabrique des missilles pour l’armée américaine et ca en est ridicule))
Un autre petit contrat pour Gatekeeper
GATEKEEPER RECEIVES $202,000 PURCHASE ORDER FROM BRYSON BUS SALES
Systems Inc. has received a purchase order from a Blue Bird Corp. dealer, Bryson Bus Sales and Service, located in Utah, United States, for the installation of Gatekeeper’s school bus video systems. The total value of the purchase order is approximately $202,000.
Pursuant to the purchase order, the company will provide its high-definition mobile video recorder with four cameras per bus, along with several additional options. Gatekeeper expects to ship the video systems prior to March 20, 2016, with installation to follow at Blue Bird’s factory located in Fort Valley, Ga. The new buses, equipped with Gatekeeper’s mobile video technology, will be delivered to Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nev. Clark County School District’s school bus fleet has grown to over 1,700 buses.