IndigoVision

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The Purpose of a security system is to make you safe and feel safe. Period. That includes your person, your business, your property, your budget. It's not about pixels or data rates or cameras and software. It's about how all those things, working together, add up to your safety net. Here's how we do it. We don't just supply cameras and encoders and monitors. We build you a safety net. We design your system end-to-end, with no single point of failure, so it's reliable. We design it with Distributed Network Architecture so it's flexible. You can add any number of cameras and work stations effortlessly. We make it smart, so your old analog cameras will migrate to IP and work with our HD cameras.
TypePrivate
Founded1994
HQMilton Bridge, GB
Websiteindigovision.com
Employee Ratings3.3

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Employees (est.) (May 2019)478(+3%)
Revenue (FY, 2018)£36.8 M(+10%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at IndigoVision

Pedro Simoes

Pedro Simoes

Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chris Lea

Chris Lea

Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary, Director
Max Thowless-Reeves

Max Thowless-Reeves

Non-Executive Chairman
George Elliot

George Elliot

Non-Executive Director
Vikki MacLeod

Vikki MacLeod

Chair of the Audit Committee, Non-executive Director
Pedro Soares

Pedro Soares

Executive Director – AgoraSys
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IndigoVision Office Locations

IndigoVision has offices in Milton Bridge, London, Bloomfield, São Paulo and in 2 other locations
Milton Bridge, GB (HQ)
Charles Darwin House
London, GB
16 Woburn Pl, Bloomsbury
São Paulo, BR
62 Rua Mário Whately
Mississauga, CA
2425 Matheson Blvd E
Shanghai, CN
405 553 Mao Tai Lu
Bloomfield, NJ, US
300 Broadacres Dr #415
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IndigoVision Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1994
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IndigoVision Revenue

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IndigoVision's revenue was reported to be £36.77 m in FY, 2018
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2018)

36.8m

Gross profit (FY, 2018)

21.1m

Gross profit margin (FY, 2018), %

57.4%

Net income (FY, 2018)

228.0k

EBITDA (FY, 2018)

530.4k

EBIT (FY, 2018)

(16.8k)

Cash (31-Dec-2018)

1.5m
GBPFY, 2000FY, 2001FY, 2002FY, 2003FY, 2004FY, 2005FY, 2006FY, 2007FY, 2008FY, 2009FY, 2010FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Revenue

916.9k1.8m2.3m1.8m2.3m3.6m7.6m13.4m18.4m26.4m28.0m28.9m30.3m32.0m57.0m35.1m34.1m33.7m36.8m

Revenue growth, %

37%

Cost of goods sold

577.6k779.0k1.1m1.1m1.1m1.5m2.9m4.6m5.4m9.5m11.2m12.7m12.4m13.9m24.1m17.0m16.7m15.4m15.7m

Gross profit

339.3k1.0m1.2m665.0k1.2m2.1m4.7m8.8m13.0m16.9m16.8m16.1m17.9m18.1m32.9m18.1m17.4m18.2m21.1m
GBPFY, 1996FY, 1997FY, 1998FY, 1999FY, 2000FY, 2001FY, 2002FY, 2003FY, 2004FY, 2005FY, 2006FY, 2007FY, 2008FY, 2009FY, 2010FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

2.1m1.3m1.6m62.3k2.4m1.8m1.4m450.0k385.0k121.0k585.0k174.0k1.3m3.4m4.4m4.4m2.2m794.0k1.5m1.0m3.7m1.5m1.5m

Accounts Receivable

378.4k552.0k337.0k710.0k1.2m1.7m3.7m4.3m5.9m7.4m6.4m7.4m9.8m11.0m7.8m8.2m8.6m9.5m

Inventories

24.8k65.7k52.1k62.3k135.7k365.0k792.0k406.0k251.0k353.0k398.0k1.5m2.5m2.9m4.0m4.2m5.0m4.9m7.0m7.0m6.0m7.1m6.4m

Current Assets

2.1m1.5m1.8m199.2k3.5m4.0m4.4m2.9m1.7m1.9m3.1m5.9m8.5m12.5m16.3m15.6m15.0m16.1m20.1m16.9m18.9m19.0m19.4m
GBPFY, 2000FY, 2001FY, 2002FY, 2003FY, 2004FY, 2005FY, 2006FY, 2007FY, 2008FY, 2009FY, 2010FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Net Income

(2.8m)(6.2m)(9.4m)(4.0m)16.9m(1.9m)516.0k2.8m6.5m2.5m1.8m527.0k1.7m1.6m2.9m(464.1k)(2.0m)(1.9m)228.0k

Cash From Operating Activities

2.1m2.4m2.1m3.6m193.0k2.9m687.3k3.2m(1.9m)(464.0k)

Dividends Paid

5.7m1.0m1.2m740.1k

Cash From Financing Activities

(46.0k)(1.2m)(1.6m)(5.8m)(1.1m)(1.3m)(804.8k)(42.4k)(32.0k)(32.8k)
GBPFY, 1996

Financial Leverage

1.2 x
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IndigoVision Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

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75/100

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IndigoVision Online and Social Media Presence

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IndigoVision News and Updates

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IndigoVision Blogs

Cyber Security Essentials: Why you should care about your network architecture

When you build a house, you don’t start by getting the contractors to build and finish one room, then get someone else to build the next. You might later find that windows are in the wrong place, or the plumbing isn’t set up properly throughout the house. What you actually need, of cours…

5 ways your organisation can benefit from an end-to-end security solution

Choosing a security solution can be a challenging process and half the struggle can be knowing where to start. It might, at first, seem easier to mix and match various products but it’s important to know the implications and how this might affect your system and its ability to expand in …

Why vulnerability in cyber security could be the biggest threat you face in 2021

The cyber threat is growing: security breaches have increased by 11% since 2018 and 67% since 2014 (Accenture). No organization is immune to the consequences, which range from huge ransom payouts, loss of reputation or even the complete closure of business operations. You need to continu…

3 steps airport security teams should take to maximize efficiency for long-term success

Imagine the scene: relaxed passengers moving swiftly through airport security without any queues, taking time to rest at a conveniently located restaurant, browsing their favourite retail outlet (perhaps picking up a few items) as they stroll through a spacious, airy and comfortable term…

How Auckland War Memorial Museum improved incident response times tenfold with IndigoVision

When it comes to impressive sights, a 13-metre long prehistoric sea monster is up there with the best. The Elasmosaur is just one of over 4 million incredible objects under the care of Auckland War Memorial Museum which tells the story of New Zealand, its place in the Pacific and its peo…

4 common problems for school security systems that are easier to fix than you think

Schools are officially back in session. That means school security teams across the country are looking at how to maintain and enhance their security systems, all the while wrestling with a multitude of challenges including budgets and equipment upgrades (never mind dealing with the unpr…
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IndigoVision Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was IndigoVision founded?

    IndigoVision was founded in 1994.

  • Who are IndigoVision key executives?

    IndigoVision's key executives are Pedro Simoes, Chris Lea and Max Thowless-Reeves.

  • How many employees does IndigoVision have?

    IndigoVision has 478 employees.

  • What is IndigoVision revenue?

    Latest IndigoVision annual revenue is £36.8 m.

  • What is IndigoVision revenue per employee?

    Latest IndigoVision revenue per employee is £76.9 k.

  • Who are IndigoVision competitors?

    Competitors of IndigoVision include Pelco, Live Patrol and Coban Technologies.

  • Where is IndigoVision headquarters?

    IndigoVision headquarters is located at Charles Darwin House, Milton Bridge.

  • Where are IndigoVision offices?

    IndigoVision has offices in Milton Bridge, London, Bloomfield, São Paulo and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does IndigoVision have?

    IndigoVision has 7 offices.