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
  -70.00p -2.69% 2,530.00p 2,500.00p 2,560.00p 2,535.00p 2,530.00p 2,535.00p 37,703 11:00:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 98.8 5.3 30.2 82.1 689.16

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/6/2018
13:53
I believe that the revenue recognition thing is to do with companies that sell software and take licence fees up front. Accesso sell a service and recognises revenues as received.
wisewilliam
21/6/2018
13:00
Quote from CEO "Now I don’t know what ticketing looks like 3-5 years from now, but I’m pretty sure it’s not the way it looks today." There are two sorts of technology company. To quote a computer company (I can't remember which one) "We invent the future". I'm sure that describes ACSO who will lead where others follow. Great to see them expanding their horizons. How I wish I had had the foresight many moons ago not to think 60p was expensive.
melton john
21/6/2018
11:34
A core concept in accounting is matching i.e. costs are matched to revenues in the period in which they occur.So if revenues are deferred, so too do costs (costs get capitalised).I think Berenburg have employed a junior analyst who hasn't yet passed his accounting exams.
pj0077
21/6/2018
11:31
While that may have a negative impact on short term EPS figures, anything taken off them in the short term will be added back over the next few years as the contracts continue. So while cutting current EPS it will at the same time boost near term future years EPS. Peter
greyingsurfer
21/6/2018
11:26
In today's Shares magazine: NEW REVENUE recognition rules could have a notable negative impact on the tech space, according to investment bank Berenberg. IFRS 15 is a new international financial reporting standard that came into effect at the start of 2018. The regulation sets out how companies should recognise revenue over multi-year contracts, and for many that will mean spreading income evenly across the contract length. Previously companies have been allowed to book all multi-year revenue upfront. Berenberg believes this is likely to force some companies to book lower revenues than previously anticipated yet still having to sink upfront costs, such as implementation expenses. That could have a negative impact on current earnings per share estimates which in turn could impact their share price rating. Berenberg calculates that online training business Learning Technologies (LTG:AIM) and Accesso Technology (ACSO:AIM), the theme parks software supplier, may also see earnings estimates trimmed potentially by as much as 10%. The accounting changes will have no impact on company cash flows. While the reporting changes could temporarily drag down share prices, more conservative rules on how multi-year sales are booked should go down well with investors if IFRS 15 delivers better transparency. (SF)
lomax99
19/6/2018
13:06
Thank you for explaining this at the outside for the more blonde amongst us!
janeann
19/6/2018
12:10
Well spotted Rivaldo, I'd missed the increase in shares!
greyingsurfer
19/6/2018
11:24
RNS - Kames Capital have been buying and have increased their holding, but their percentage holding has dropped due to an increase in the number of total shares in issue. Confusing huh?! They now own 1,350,847 shares, which is up from 1,312,836 on 11th May: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/accesso-technology--acso-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201806191105028610R/
rivaldo
18/6/2018
10:54
New interview with the CEO at an exhibition in Asia - some nice quotes, with the emphasis on ticketing in general rather than purely theme parks and attractions: Http://www.inparkmagazine.com/paul-noland-transitioning-from-iaapa-accesso-and-the-future-of-ticketing/ "We have a limitless set of markets to pursue" "What are you talking about here at the AAE show? We are a relative newcomer in Asia, we signed an agreement with Merlin a few years ago and are in the process of rolling out our ticketing solution to their 100+ attractions around the globe, including here in Asia. At the show we are reminding people that we are in Asia, we are serious about Asia, and we are effectively doing business in Asia in several countries. People want to work with someone that is already established and with a product that is tested in their country. So we are here, we have an office here, and we are making investments in the region." "Can you update me on where accesso is headed next? In the last 3-5 years, ticketing has really changed a great deal.....Now I don’t know what ticketing looks like 3-5 years from now, but I’m pretty sure it’s not the way it looks today. We have to stay focused on the technology, but also stay focused on where the customer is. We want to be there making that guest journey easier."
rivaldo
14/6/2018
09:04
Nice - already another £270,000 or so of buys in two tranches at 2755p this morning.
rivaldo
12/6/2018
11:03
Yep - up to around 2.822m shares/rights now and 10.44% in total. I calculate BlackRock have bought another £2.3m or so of shares since their last disclosure.
rivaldo
12/6/2018
10:47
BlackRock again :-)spud
spud
11/6/2018
20:54
Big trades are likely to be Protected Trades, accumulated over a considerable period of time. As for top slicing - nope, not me! I did that before and the price doubled! :-)
itchycrack
11/6/2018
17:26
No they haven’t, PJ. The total sales recorded all day doesn’t amount to 5000. It is much more likely that the buyer’s intention had been known to market makers and they have been quietly accumulating stock for a while to fill the order. I very much doubt that those who have sold recently did so in the ‘knowledgeR17; that there was anything particularly limiting re ACSO; more likely they felt satisfied with gains made and either needed to raise cash or thought they saw a better opportunity elsewhere.
aimingupward2
11/6/2018
17:08
Someone today also knowledgably sold £4.1million of Accesso shares.So who's the wiser - the seller or the buyer?
pj0077
11/6/2018
14:57
If you extend the line drawn through the peaks of Sept' 16, May '17 and Nov'17 it looks like we may have broken out above that into 'blue sky. Yet to be confirmed, but if it is then I wouldn't top slice. As I said above, someone is knowledgeably confident enough to invest heavily, so I wouldn't lightly bet against them.
aimingupward2
11/6/2018
14:43
spud - certainly is, but with what aim in mind is the question...
supernumerary
11/6/2018
13:53
Anyone else thinking of topslicing? This is a great company, but a P/E of 41 (per Stockopedia) is pretty stretched....
fredfishcake
11/6/2018
13:03
Stakebuilding...?spud
spud
11/6/2018
12:57
Very encouraging indeed. You don't put that sort of money into a company's shares unless you are not only confident but, I would say, knowledgeably confident.
aimingupward2
11/6/2018
10:15
Wow - looks like around £4.1m of shares just bought at 2735p in two 100k and 51k purchases.
rivaldo
06/6/2018
09:10
Yep, good to see BlackRock buying - their holding fluctuates up and down but overall is increasing and is now up to 10.13%: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/accesso-technology--acso-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201806051555453922Q/
rivaldo
05/6/2018
16:10
BlackRock :-)spud
spud
05/6/2018
08:49
yes performance has been very impressive given we are breaking new highs. wish I understood all the duplicate trades tho.
janeann
05/6/2018
08:44
There does seem to be huge institutional interest in ACSO. I note this morning that Merlin are today holding an Analyst Event "providing further details on its new brands - Peppa Pig World of Play, Little BIG City and The Bear Grylls Adventure". This should indirectly also spread the word about ACSO given the roll-out of ACSO's systems across the Merlin group. Merlin also today "confirms the roll out of its first five Peppa Pig World of Play attractions. The first attraction will open in Shanghai's LC Mall in late 2018, whilst four further sites have been secured in Beijing, Dallas, Michigan and the New York area, and are planned to be opened before the end of 2019. As previously announced, Merlin expects to open The Bear Grylls Adventure in Birmingham, UK and Little BIG City - Beijing later this year." More grist to the mill for ACSO from all of the above.
rivaldo
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