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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Access Intelligence Plc LSE:ACC London Ordinary Share GB00BGQVB052 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 145.50 144.00 147.00 145.50 145.50 145.50 2,299 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 19.1 -5.7 -7.1 - 186

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21/4/2010
10:04
A good contract win for CORO today. With them moving towards a SaaS business model, could this be a company that ACC will try to purchase? http://www.investegate.co.uk/article.aspx?id=201004210700205148K&fe=1
howdlep
07/4/2010
10:57
More good news not announced by RNS:- Solcara and InfoXpert to deliver integrated search solutions in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa London, 18 March, 2010 – Solcara today announced a new business partnership with InfoXpert Pty Ltd, Australia. The partnership enables InfoXpert to licence and sell Solcara's market leading search technologies within the Australian, New Zealand and African markets. The need to search business critical information, irrespective of where it is stored, is a 'must have' solution for organisations of all shapes and sizes. Solcara's advanced search technology, SolSearch, integrated with InfoXpert's own products and solutions will deliver an effective, reliable and scalable solution to the problems of enterprise search. Rob Martin, Managing Director at Solcara, said: "We have been looking to expand the number of business partnerships we have and InfoXpert are a great match for the type of organisation we want to work with. Our two development teams are currently integrating Solcara SolSearch with InfoXpert's eDRMS, ECM and Knowledge Management products and we look forward to offering users of these products an intuitive and comprehensive search solution. InfoXpert are well established in the Australian and New Zealand markets and with a distributor already established in South Africa we see significant opportunity for both businesses and look forward to a long term and successful partnership." Trevor Dykstra, Managing Director, InfoXpert, commented on the partnership with Solcara: "Solcara's search technology will enable InfoXpert customers to expand their content discovery with the ability to use a "one stop shop" to search across their existing information systems and online resources combined with the content located in their InfoXpert / KnowledgeXpert solution. The web based .NET technology utilised by Solcara complements the web based .NET technology used in our products. We are very impressed with the Solcara search technology and the benefits that result from this partnership to our customers!" About Solcara Ltd Solcara is a UK based software company that specialises in delivering integrated search technologies and solutions to the Legal, Commercial and Public sectors. Solcara software connects people to information that matters, when it matters most. Solcara's leading integrated search solution, SolSearch, streamlines access to and searching of critical business content ensuring an exceptional and timely service can be delivered in all situations. Solcara is a wholly owned subsidiary of Access Intelligence Plc (London AIM: ACC.L). About InfoXpert Pty Ltd InfoXpert provides web based eDRMS, ECM and Knowledge Management solutions to Government and Commercial organisations throughout the Australasian and Southern African regions, enabling organisations to easily create, capture, secure, share, distribute and manage documents, records and content. InfoXpert provides customers with peace of mind in knowing that their critical corporate records, documents and content are centralised, secured, versioned, and instantly recoverable. Press Contact Information Rob Martin Managing Director Solcara http://www.solcara.com T: +44 1895 820950 rob.martin@solcara.com InfoXpert contacts... Trevor Dykstra Managing Director InfoXpert http://www.infoxpert.com.au T: +61 3 9755 6200 trevor@infoXpert.com.au
howdlep
04/4/2010
18:52
Time to buy in before the full note is published
howdlep
31/3/2010
16:15
A buy tip on GE&CR report... http://uk-analyst.com/shop/page-article/action-article.show/id-130004108
tomking2
21/3/2010
17:58
Thanks greenpastures lets hope his confidence is rewarded for all our sakes
murraymints
21/3/2010
09:39
Murraymints- probably because ACC has paid £5 million to buy 0.5 million in revenues. I think I am right on those figures. Jackson justifies it by saying that the company ACC is buying is on a high growth profile but of course that still has to be proved. Therefore the risk has increased I suggest until the track record builds up.
greenpastures
16/3/2010
20:23
Why the huge decline any body?
murraymints
06/3/2010
09:19
Well done re purchases. Next week I would expect to see further buying following the analyst and private client briefings that took place after the results were published.
howdlep
05/3/2010
14:37
A tick up on plus. 6.5 offer on there. Should see movement here soon IMHO :-D
garey_de_angelis
05/3/2010
12:30
Good exposure in the FT today:- http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/8701b366-27f5-11df-9598-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss :-D
garey_de_angelis
05/3/2010
08:39
Just added another 20k. good prices at 5.675 at moment. :-D
garey_de_angelis
04/3/2010
13:17
FYI, The 5.7 trades are buys. I should know :-D
garey_de_angelis
02/3/2010
12:34
L2 now 1 v 2, SCAP are competing with WINS. Offer tickup next
howdlep
02/3/2010
08:48
Positive start asd people begin to realise the benefits of the acquisition. L2 now 2 v 2, SCAP moved up oon the bid and offer. Bid tickup next?
howdlep
02/3/2010
08:41
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/movers_and_shakers/article7046062.ece From The Times March 2, 2010 Business big shot: Michael Jackson Michael Jackson led the controversial float of PartyGaming and founded Elderstreet, the investment company Nic Fildes Recommend? (3) Michael Jackson is no stranger to making deals, but he does, nonetheless, like to build a business from the ground up. So forget the 23 years that he spent on the board of Sage, the software group that was one of the most acquisitive businesses of the 1990s, and concentrate on his present incarnation as executive chairman of Access Intelligence, an AIM-listed software minnow that is his latest stab at building an industry giant almost from scratch. Yesterday was a step in the right direction. Mr Jackson, who took the helm of the company in 2008, unveiled strong results in the year to November 30, with revenue up 52 per cent to £6 million. Access also swung to a pre-tax profit of £500,000 after a near-£5 million loss the year before. Eyebrows have been raised by the £5.2 million acquisition of Cobent, which takes Access into the market for supplying software to the pharmaceutical industry, and the placing of new ordinary shares to raise £3 million. Access has a market value of £8.5 million and the placing sent shares 0.45p lower to 5.3p. Mr Jackson admits the deal is costly but argues that it is justified by Cobent's growth profile. "Companies in the right space with the right earnings profile are very expensive. This acquisition is worth ten times pre-tax profit, but what you look for is momentum and this company has it." Access specialises in compliance software, which helps customers to adhere to the confusing plethora of laws that govern their operations. Already strong in the public sector in the area of online procurement of IT, the Cobent deal expands the company's presence in the private sector. It is, perhaps, a relatively low-profile business for a man who also led the controversial float of PartyGaming, the online gaming company. Mr Jackson, 59, considers himself a venture capitalist at heart and founded Elderstreet, his own investment company, in 1990. He holds a stake of 9 per cent in Access, while Elderstreet, of which he is still chairman, owns a further 15 per cent. His salary is just £12,083 but he has nearly ten million share options. The Cambridge University law graduate has three children and is divorced. He plays tennis at Queen's Club and enjoys fishing in remote locations such as Iceland and Russia in his spare time.
howdlep
02/3/2010
08:35
Sandbag, Although trading closes at 4.30pm this is actually the LSE definition:- What are the trade reporting deadlines? Trade reports need to be submitted as close to real time as possible, and in any case within 3 minutes of execution in accordance with Rules 3020 and 3021. Please note that trade reporting period is the period each day between 07:15 hours and 17:15 hours or 08:15 hours and 18:15 hours Central European Time. So trades can have times up to and including 5.15pm. Remember also, there can be delayed trades, where the size is > 5x the market size. There are also late trades 'L' which for me are the grey area, as there are occasions when mm's perhaps hold them back and shouldn't.
howdlep
01/3/2010
23:13
Could someone please explain why there are three trades shown as taking place later than 16.30 when the market closes and one very large sale at 16.24 shown after these?
sandbag
01/3/2010
22:38
FWIW I think today's acquisition is a major milestone in the development of the company. Quite apart from the deal iself, which will be immediately earnings enhancing even before synergies, I believe the placing shares will improve liquidity no end and will attract further stake building by institutions
howdlep
01/3/2010
22:21
all the people who have paid 5p are in instant profit might put a lid on it for a wee while or a long while imho
dnfa1975
01/3/2010
22:10
howdlep, I would have thought this was great news but the only broker recomendation on iii for this is for a strong sell!
sandbag
01/3/2010
21:26
Stockmarket Report:- Compliance software firm Access Intelligence* (ACC) reported a 51.6% jump in turnover for the year to 30th November to 6 million pounds. The firm moved into the black with a pre-tax profit of 0.56 million pounds, from a loss in 2008 of 4.6 million pounds. Basic earnings per share of 0.38p were reported, from a loss in 2008 of 5.27p per share. Separately, the firm announced the acquisition of Cobent, a fellow provider of compliance software, for 5.2 million pounds. In 2009, Cobent's turnover was 1.5 million pounds, with EBITDA of 553,000 pounds. Astaire Securities praised the firm's "excellent recovery" and said that the acquisition would strengthen Access' position in its regulation-driven markets. Access shares fell by 0.375p to 5.375p
howdlep
01/3/2010
16:14
Greenpastures - totally agree but they are also individually buying as well as through Elderstreet. However you cant be too carefull and as you say they get it wrong many times and can afford too more than I!!!
jimbill
01/3/2010
15:59
jimbil-VCT guys don't get it right every time and don't expect to. What's the rule of thumb- something along the lines if you get 2 good ones out of 8,, and couple more that survive. Having said that Elderstreet has backed a few winners the last few years. They did really badly at the end of the 1990s and pretty much admitted it.
greenpastures
01/3/2010
15:53
it is going to be intersting to see which existing/new institutions have taken up the balance of the 60m placing shares. These are the declarations to date:- Michael Jackson, 300k Jeremy Hamer, 500k Ray Jackson, 1m David Lowe, 800k Howard Sears, 16.66m Elderstreet VCT, 10m Total 28.66m Who has taken up the balance of 31.33m The T1PS Smaller Companies Growth Fund will I am sure hacve added to their position, but who else?
howdlep
01/3/2010
13:48
Most are buys today - I bought at 5.04p - put down as a sell. Must have loads of excess stock to shift cus of the placing. Interesting to see if the presentation causes an uplift in sentiment and price. I think the results show a great turnaround and a emphasise the commitment of the management to make this company a big success. These directors (VCT guys - most of them) do not pile money in unless they can see a pretty good and easy road to making many times their initial stake. I think the results are much better than they appear at first glance and I'm obviously picking stock up at this level. Little stocks like these are always volatile and the price movement is just market noise - if the story is positive and the management dynamic and committed then is buy in my book!! DYOR.
jimbill
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