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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% 145.00 143.00 147.00 145.00 145.00 145.00 14,848 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 19.1 -5.7 -7.1 - 185

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/3/2017
17:43
Thanks for your reply DGWinterbottom. I will continue to hold on the hope that some really good news appears in the not too distant future.
geminian
02/3/2017
15:26
Gemenian - I very much understand your sentiments however given Michael Jackson has invested significantly both company wise and personally I think he would be looking to get a decent return on his investment. Similarly is the case with CEO Joanna Arnold she too has invested a significant sum in the business so I think the incentive may be there to make it a success to some degree.
dgwinterbottom
27/2/2017
17:19
Anybody know if there is ever going to be an upward and improving share price and giving dividends, or is this going to be another one of these Jam tomorrow companies always finding a reason not to move forward? have held these for a few years now and keep hearing everything is improving without any real corresponding evidence.
geminian
23/12/2016
09:53
Jimbob it appears the ongoing restructuring is not doing anything for shareholder value!
squibno1
14/12/2016
22:53
Nope. WTF happened? Any thoughts? This rate will be back in 2s again...
jimbobtechstock
17/4/2016
11:02
Could this be the next gbg
wolansm
14/4/2016
06:57
Access Intelligence – some future value to be had for the patient in the AIM back waters? Read Nigel Somerville There's only one investor show where really serious investors meet really serious speakers like Slater & Wray - UK Investor April 30th HERE Noting the disclosure that I own shares in AIM-listed Access Intelligence (LSE:ACC), so I am talking my own book, I was interested to peruse the numbers for the year to November 2015 as released yesterday. The headline numbers look great: revenue from continuing operations up 89%, recurring revenue from continuing operations nigh-on doubled and there was plenty of cash. How do things look beneath the surface? The first thing which I noticed was that there was no reference to EBITDA to be found anywhere. That sets Access apart from some of the racier constituents of AIM – and the lack of bulletin board activity, as well as the coma-like market activity bodes well. Is this a company in which nobody is interested and thus a potential source of profit for the patient investor? The hard numbers are that the company saw £3.2 million head! off to money heaven – around 1.55p per share. There was also a net operational cash outflow of £1.6 million and a further £2.0 million outflow from investing activities. This was offset by £1.2 million raised from share issues (including the exercise of options), and £2.9 million raised from the issue of loan notes, to leave the company with cash of £1.5 million at year-end, although net current assets were negative to the tune of £1.2 million. That doesn’t sound all that promising, but it is not Placing Ahoy for post year-end the company racked up £4.5 million in cash from the disposal of a non-core asset (Due North). The company still has assets on the balance sheet which it is looking to offload, so perhaps there may be more of this to come. Meanwhile, the sale price of £4.5 million represented a multiple of 12.6 times EBITDA and 25 times pre-tax profit. (Oops, I mentioned EBITDA!) And so to the continuing operations. The company has been undergoing something of a transformation for what feels like an eternity under Chairman Michael Jackson (formerly of FTSE100 company Sage, SGE) and I’ve not really followed it all that closely for some time. From memory, the shares are somewhere around where they were when I bought in. But here is what interests me: with turnover from continuing operations up by 89% year-on-year and clocking up a gro! ss profit of £4.8 million (vs £3.3 million) before being trashed by admin expenses (£7.3 million, vs £3.9 million last time) and impairments of £1.9 million there does appear to be scope for optimism: one would hope that the impairments will not be an ongoing issue and that the whopping admin expenses might come down. Meanwhile, if the growth continues in similar vein and those admin and sales costs are kept under control then it does look as though it might not be too long before the company starts to generate cash from its operations, rather than relying on placings, disposals and loans. It won’t be this year, though – we are promised further investment and restructuring during 2016. But we are also told that the full benefits [are] expected to come through towards the end of the current financial year and into 2017. I’m not saying it is a buy – not yet, at any rate. But Access Intelligence looks like one to watch and research for the patient investor. For those with a taste for researching boring investments which nobody is interested in, this might be a good place to spend some time.
nick100
11/4/2016
19:52
That was how I read it too Lanzarote. I assume the cash balance in the accounts is for the year end. If it is not I will have some questions for the AGM.
greenpastures2
11/4/2016
18:17
I thought the sale of Due North has come as a post balance sheet event and will show up in November 2016 results. Have I read that wrong? I am working on next year recurring revenues of £7.50m at 60% margin less overhead say £4.0m (without R&D) of which £948k is depreciation, so cash positive?
lanzarote666
11/4/2016
14:18
The other thing too was the EBITDA seemed to be a little buried in the RNS which seems a little odd. Guess it just wasnt worth shouting about
lewis winthorpe
11/4/2016
14:17
They sold Due North to Proactis for £4.5mill and they have 1.5 mill cash left. The burn is a little scary. Make or break year I suspect. Interestingly Proactis have a chart that I wish we had here. Hope the sale of Due North wasn't a mistake, time will tell I suppose.
lewis winthorpe
11/4/2016
13:05
But the large purchases that have followed the results announcement may reflect the fact that amongst the losses is an increase in the cash balances and the outlook is better based upon 92% recurring revenues. Perhaps the jam is getting closer?
lanzarote666
11/4/2016
08:21
Results announcement - always seems to be the golden tomorrow!!
dgwinterbottom
17/12/2015
18:10
Don't be fooled. I bought in this week but my purchase showed as a sale at 5p rather than a buy. It seems that some of those transactions at the same level over recent days may have been buyers too. I did pick up shares easily, so perhaps there is a seller around. I wonder if I have arrived too late given the run up since June 2015, but am attracted by the level of recurring revenues and absence of R&D cost next year which should feed through to the bottom line. And then the re-rating begins. GLA
lanzarote666
17/12/2015
17:49
There you go. Happy?
longshanks
16/12/2015
13:24
Why does this share not drop despite lots of sales over the last month. Is someone buying these.
approach3
26/11/2015
10:49
hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/todays-updates-and-share-purchase.html Kestrel now own over 11%. hTTp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/access-intelligence-ACC/share-news/Access-Intelligence-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/69462034
michaelmouse
19/11/2015
10:43
hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/ideagen.html
michaelmouse
30/10/2015
11:17
Aren't they just paying MJ's tax bill?
lewis winthorpe
30/10/2015
10:20
I would not be surprised if they are investing ahead of the new investing rules for VCTs. I think some VCTs will have to go into run-off mode and keep their winners longer.
greenpastures2
30/10/2015
09:07
Unicorn AIM VCT Plc are keen. Just announced that they now own over 10% of the issued share capital.
michaelmouse
15/10/2015
09:57
I feel so slighted
longshanks
14/10/2015
07:55
Jimbo - as a keen participant in this share could you give your thoughts for the near future performance please. Thanks
dgwinterbottom
06/10/2015
18:23
RNS out - what did I say about a background buyer? 10% to Kestrel Opportunities, interestingly, one portion held through a New York nominees account. Wasn't there something posted on here or one of the other forums about a US-based "buyer" a while back?
jimbobtechstock
01/10/2015
09:22
Some tax bill Mr Jackson....
longshanks
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