Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Accesso Technology Group LSE:ACSO London Ordinary Share GB0001771426 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +15.00p +0.69% 2,175.00p 2,150.00p 2,200.00p 2,180.00p 2,175.00p 2,180.00p 36,933 11:12:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 83.0 8.2 27.5 88.4 486.34

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Accesso Technology Daily Update: Accesso Technology Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACSO. The last closing price for Accesso Technology was 2,160p.
Accesso Technology Group has a 4 week average price of 1,880p and a 12 week average price of 1,880p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,385p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,505p.
There are currently 22,360,480 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,560 shares. The market capitalisation of Accesso Technology Group is £486,340,440.
togglebrush: Share price surge this morning ...100p or some 6% ' They are known to announce interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2017 on Wednesday 20 September 2017. ... any other ideas ???
nhb001: I've noticed weird prints on the share price occasionally. It showed bid=1625 & offer 1605 earlier this morning and now showing bid 1625 & offer 1625.
panic investor: The share price is not misleading it went down !
rivaldo: ......or the share price keeps increasing like KWS, FEVR and ACSO because they're extremely high quality companies where (1) earnings rise fast, (2) their global growth potential in a number of sectors is large and (3) management are top notch, have proven themselves over a number of years and have a clear strategy going forward.
aimingupward2: Coo! There's confidence! Well, not me. An institution, surely, given that the purchase tops £3m. I'm amazed, too, that 16,000 shares could be bought without, apparently, any impact on the share price.
rivaldo: That's a fantastic find by 1001011. So now we have confirmation that: (1) Tapu Tapu is definitely ACSO's Prism device, and (2) "Universal plans to roll out the technology to its other theme parks." Just great news, and this should provide the fuel for the next leg up in the share price. Hopefully soon ACSO will be able to RNS the launch of the Tapu Tapu device at Volcano Bay, along with suitably positive comments from Universal, and then later we should get a global roll-out announcement similar to Merlin's.
rivaldo: Terrific results today, well ahead of expectations: Http:// Around 42p EPS is some 17% ahead of 36p EPS forecasts....and £12.7m PBT is also way ahead of £11.7m forecasts. The outlook is great, with specific mention already of confidence in meeting expectations this year and a load of contract wins, though this investment phase will temporarily affect margins. The first Prism roll-out in the water park should be detailed further via RNS in the next month or two I'd have thought. The Merlin roll-out is progressing smoothly and all legs of the business seem to be going gangbusters. It's just a great, well-run business with excellent global prospects.
alphabeta4: Hi Rivaldo, apologies, didn't pick up on your comment in time otherwise I would have tried to say hello! I understand a presentation is due to go up the Sharesoc site today but my brief takeaways were: 1. They're not at half way through Merlin roll out yet so plenty to go there still. 2. They now have 1100 venues and 100 to install (so gives some decent revenue visibility). 3. I queried whether the 'accelerated investment to support business growth and growth opportunities in geographies outside its traditional markets' was linked to Merlin opening an Asian office, he said this was a key bit of why they have done this. Separately he mentioned a Taiwan office was due soon. 4. On acquisition plans he 'expects to buy more stuff'. One part of this could be linked to simplifying certain ticketing structures for operators. 5. When I spoke to him separately I asked part of the reason from pulling back from the CEO position was to reduce the number of flights he undertakes to improve his quality of life as when I'd previously seen him he'd done something like 27 in 21 days. He said yes this was a key part and that he had reduced to something like 180 in the past 12 months. IMO this has helped keep him for longer and marries with him saying during the presentation he still is targeting a $1bn market cap then 'plans to disappear'. At $1.25 to the pound that would be c£36 so hopefully we'll hold on to him for a bit longer yet. I'll leave it there as I'm sure the presentation will give a better overview than my notes ever could but I was left with the impression that despite the current PE there is still a lot to go for here and now feel more confident around there still being upside from the current share price.
rivaldo: Amati VCT2 released their interims on 30th September, and had this to say re ACSO which says it all: "The best performer over the period was Accesso Technology Group ("Accesso"), a business with which long-standing shareholders will be familiar. The shares ended the period 70% higher following a strong start to 2016 with good organic growth across all divisions and eighteen new contract wins, including deals for Accesso Passport, the group's hosted ticketing ecommerce solution, with the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan and the Pacific Science Centre in Seattle. In addition to these new client wins, Passport continues to be rolled-out across Merlin Entertainment's global estate. With over 90% of revenues billed in US Dollars from North American customers, the attractions of Accesso have been enhanced by the post-Brexit sterling weakness. As this is a very significant position in the portfolio (10.7%), movements in the share price will tend to dwarf the impact of other stocks. However, we are reluctant to reduce our exposure yet, as we still see good opportunities ahead for the business, and it would be hard to find a new investment in something as attractive."
rivaldo: Fantastic progress over the last couple of weeks - here's the new Shares Magazine article FYI: "THERE’S NO DOUBT that Accesso Technology (ACSO:AIM) has matured considerably over the past couple of years from a potentially exciting growth company into the real thing, and it comes as no surprise that increasing numbers of investors are gravitating to it. A past Play of the Week in February 2015 at 556.5p, the share price has soared more than 150% since, and it’s not difficult to see why. Surrey-based firm formerly called Lo-Q has developed a best-in-class, cloud-based queuebeating technology platform that adds to the experience of attraction visitors, via ticketing, queue-beating and pre-booking, for example, freeing up time that usually encourages more cash spent on site. Attractions owners love that last bit. Which translates into a steady stream of contracts for its wristband or smartphone app-based technology. A landmark seven-year agreement to integrate its system right across the 100-plus attraction portfolio of Merlin Entertainments (MERL) caught the eye of investors back in July last year, including Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and various Legoland sites. That success was followed up in February with a contract renewal with Six Flags (SIX:NYSE), an existing customer, that will see Accesso provide ticketing and queuing technology right through until 2025 across the company’s 18-strong attraction estate. Accesso has even bigger plans. Envisaging an ‘experience starts with the ticket’ strategy, the company sees scope to bolt-in travel arrangements and overnight stays, for example, and we can see potential for partnerships with organisations like Uber, airlines, even Airbnb. Deeper moves into sports events are also planned. Revenues have consistently growth at 25% to 30% over the past five years while pre-tax profits have close on doubled since 2011. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) has trebled to £9.85 million. That puts the 30 December 2016 price to earnings (PE) multiple of 41.6 into perspective, falling to 34.5 in 2017. Don’t expect future share price progress to match the past, but there seems every reason to be confident of more exciting returns, both in the near-term, and the long-run."
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