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ACC Access Intelligence Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Access Intelligence Plc ACC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 55.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00
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No dividends issued between 07 Dec 2013 and 07 Dec 2023

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Posted at 27/11/2020 11:27 by dgwinterbottom
Morning All

Having held ACC for quite some years I have become intrigued by the kestrel parners holding now 27% over the last few years and found the attached quite interesting.. hxxps:// I would have thought they are unlikely to increase their holding much beyond the present level given the compulsory requirement to make a bid. That said shareholders with in excess of 3% total 83% plus another 5% for those held by Directors leaving just 13% free float. Any sizeable acquisition would have a marked effect on the share price would it not?
Posted at 03/3/2017 13:47 by dgwinterbottom
Lewis - thanks for that, you are quite correct the resignation would appear to have been frim AI Track Record. I was aware of the interest in AI by ACC but surprised they may spend so much effort given there is only a 20% holding.
Posted at 03/3/2017 11:57 by dgwinterbottom
Lewis - Having spoken to someone very close to the company albeit some time ago it was felt that it would be a long slog but they would get there. In the meantime JA and MJ resigned from the Trailight Board on 1 July 2016, hopefully they felt it would be more meaningful to spend their time with ACC
Posted at 26/11/2015 10:49 by michaelmouse
Kestrel now own over 11%.
Posted at 04/8/2015 18:13 by jimbobtechstock
Apologies on MJ yes of course he has 25m not 2.5m Just seemed large compared to the quiet period and I started to get nervous about upcoming results - I have such great hopes for ACC!
Posted at 30/7/2015 20:29 by hydrus
I don't disagree Michael. I can see the recurring revenues and reduction in R and D creating profits that would put this on a competitive rating. That might result in a reasonable uplift in the share price. However, in order to achieve a very good return for shareholders, ACC will need to grow the topline significantly and demonstrate their new upgraded products are selling well. Personally I'm only interested in the prospects of a very good return so will be watching here for signs of progress. They are at a critical point, clearly.
Posted at 30/7/2015 07:25 by jimbobtechstock
ACC have an early year end so interims are due out in August. Will be an interesting time as the period covers consolidation of acquired businesses together with, one presumes, the tail end of their platform investment project.

I've built up quite a holding (for me, anyway) all sub 4p. Overall I'm very confident about this business. The down-to-earth approach to expansion, cashflow management, investment in their platforms. Director dealings are a vote of confidence too.

But admit I'm a bit nervous how the market will read the upcoming results. I hope with a relatively stable share price (relative to other AIM companies) indicating many longer term holders that the response will be considered, should the results throw up anything interesting. Or maybe they will just show more solid progress, who knows.

Anyone still awake on this board with views?
Posted at 26/6/2015 08:01 by jimbobtechstock
What stands out about ACC for me is turnover per share is approx equal to the current share price For a non-listed company that kind of valuation would be nuts but the market doesn't seem to like the kind of non-leveraged restrained investment and growth trajectory this this share seems to be on.

I'm hoping for x10 long term on this. I'm just a punter so usual disclaimers apply - this personal opinion, DYOR etc.
Posted at 29/5/2015 09:57 by michaelmouse
Interesting to project forward here. If they cut development spend even by £1m from £4m to £3m per annum, revenues increase modestly and you add back around £800m for impairment of intangibles then adjusted EPS is somewhere between 0.6p-0.8p. A p/e ratio of 12 then gives an share price somewhere between 7p-10p. In reality I would expect development spend to fall more significantly and revenues to increase more robustly. Worth playing with the figures. I expect the company at this point would reinstate dividend payments as well given it's cash generative nature.

Posted at 17/7/2014 07:45 by jimbobtechstock
Yes 1lf I know the sector fairly well which is why ACC became an interest and got into my portfolio. There is a sea change especially in financial sector away from "tick box" compliance towards having audit trail showing active management of compliance issues and eg proving that employees were properly briefed rather than getting a read receipt for an email and forcing them to [get their secretaries] to watch compulsory briefing videos etc.

The market will always be niche but potentially lucrative looking at the billing models for comparative products. There is a raft of smaller businesses I expect ACC will either compete against or perhaps acquire over time (metacompliance, comprobo) and then overseas listed rivals like SAI global.

My estimation that there is a growing market for the software - as well as parallel markets such growing software companies could expand in to - is why I'm relatively relaxed about losses now. Also whilst most results statements are indeed filled with smarmy BS written on a happy pill whilst wearing rose-tinted glasses from what I've seen of ACC it looks like a company with reasonably grounded and realistic outlook and prospects - again all just my personal opinion and I'm definitely not suggesting people jump on without looking very carefully at the company.

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