Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Accesso Technology Group Plc LSE:ACSO London Ordinary Share GB0001771426 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 290.00 267,795 07:37:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
280.00 300.00 290.00 290.00 290.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 88.36 -43.42 -138.94 119
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:24:19 O 135 284.50 GBX

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Accesso Technology Daily Update: Accesso Technology Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACSO. The last closing price for Accesso Technology was 290p.
Accesso Technology Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 287.50p and a 12 week average price of 240p.
The 1 year high share price is 674p while the 1 year low share price is currently 90p.
There are currently 41,189,099 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 30,177 shares. The market capitalisation of Accesso Technology Group Plc is £119,448,387.10.
strange1: Re the CFO LTIP award, how can it take 3 weeks from the award date for ACSO to announce it. Under MAR/ Aim rules a PDMR transaction should be notified immediately
aimingupward2: Things looking O.K. here with a (surprisingly?) strong share price response to the interims.
togglebrush: Recent share price rises look interesting with Interims a week away. (due Wed 16th)
bouleversee: A week or so ago there was an article in Times Business headed "Queue app will keep shoppers dry" which said that Sainsbury's is testing a virtual queueing system that would allow customers to wait in a car or cafe before entering a store instead of standing in the rain. The app. is called UFirst. Asda have been trialling technology developed by Qudini for the same purpose. What have Accesso been doing to take advantage of the coronavirus situation and provide a useful service in this context while their use at tourist locations has been somewhat compromised? How many competitors do they have who are perhaps more on the ball and running with it? The purchase by the CFO doesn't seem to have achieved anything for the share price but it was fairly small beer anyway. Incidentally, my suggestion to my MP that they uses ACSO to avoid queuing to vote in Parliament went down like a lead balloon, unless of course it has been smouldering behind the scenes and the recent poster is aware that they are going to use it. I doubt it somehow, however.
togglebrush: Six weeks company has had the cash from the Open Offer. They have had the time and should be in a position to implement their plans, firm up the action, keep their shareholders in the picture, and explain when they expect to see the results (e.g. in six months aka early in the new year). ' Money raised isn't earning much, if any, interest, and share price is looking stale.
ali47fish: what do you make of blackrock increasing their holding- form insightful investyors her please! (ACSO) Who’s trading? Citywire AA-rated Roland Arnold The trade: The Blackrock UK smaller companies investor upped his stake in tech platform Accesso Technology from 10% of the shares to 15.6%. How the shares have performed: Shares are lightyears away from their September 2018 peak of £29.64 and its decline was compounded further by the Covid-19 crash. The shares closed at 278.4p on Friday. What does the company say? The group recently secured £39.1m through the placing of 13.5m shares at a price of 290p per share. The group also agreed an £8m loan facility with Lloyds Bank, committed until August 2021, while also agreeing to waive leverage and interest cover covenants up to and including December 2021. What’s the outlook? Of the two City analysts covering the stock, both have given the firm a ‘buy’ recommendation. The stock is currently trading well below its average price target of 795p, however analysts are hugely divergent, with one issuing a target price as high as £12 while Peel Hunt last month raised its target price to 389p.
ali47fish: oil share price far below the placing price is that normal- it was a nice discount in tyheory but why the drastic retracement?
rivaldo: Extensive new interview with the CEO covering virtual queue technology, social distancing, limiting capacity at attractions/entrances, advanced reservations etc... There is a huge, global opportunity here for ACSO across so many sectors (much more than even every single theme park and attraction). Given ACSO's track record, global customer list, technology already in place and working effectively, and wide patent protection, one would think ACSO are in prime position to clean up here. Let's hope management are up to the job and can perhaps recover at least some of the sparkle from not so long ago: Https:// Extract: "Virtual Queues and More with accesso CEO Steve Brown June 19, 2020 The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is leaving no part of the theme park experience unchanged. As theme parks begin to reopen, their standard operating procedures are drastically different with new safety protocols and other operational changes in place. In addition to encouraging standard hand-washing and other personal hygiene practices, park operators are encouraging social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This includes limiting park and attraction capacities, requiring advanced reservations and implementing virtual queue technology. Enter accesso®, the inventor of virtual queue technology; the tech company has served as the premier technology solutions provider for theme parks, attractions and other entertainment venues worldwide for 20 years. Currently serving over 1,000 venues in 30 countries around the globe, accesso’s patented and award-winning technology helps drive increased revenue for attraction operators while reducing the time guests spend waiting in line, therefore improving their overall experience." In summary: "How do you think virtual queue technology will change theme parks in the long run after the COVID-19 pandemic has ended? Virtual queuing has always been the future of the theme park and attractions industry, but we’re seeing more widespread use ushered in more quickly than expected due to the pandemic. Although current implementations focus on the safety of guests and employees, the use of this technology will forever change the guest experience for the better. This technology will allow guests to enjoy more of a venue during their visit, which in turn provides a better guest experience, as well as the potential for increased in-park spend."
effortless cool: ali, Thanks for your kind words - I don't get many of them on ADVFN! I held ACSO (LOQ) for a long time, but sold out years ago. We find ourselves back invested here as a result of my wife's inheritance. I had put my in-laws into LOQ long ago, and they had not sold, leaving ACSO the dominant part of the estate at the start of probate, and the estate much smaller by the time probate was completed. The above is a long-winded way of explaining that I am invested in ACSO without doing the level of research that I would normally do. I have not sold, however, for four main reasons: - Tom Burnett has gone. I never trusted him and always felt that he ran the business for his personal enrichment, rather than the wider shareholder base. - I believe that there must be value in their technology that is not reflected in the current market valuation. - The significant personal investments that Steve Brown, the new CEO, has made, suggest that he believes there is value in their technology too. - My wife is still anchored to £29 per share, and won't let me.
togglebrush: when Wales V Georgia kicked off in Rugby World Cup the ACSO share price started to rise *--- Absolutely NO CONNECTION between the two events but nice to see ACSO price rising in this probably critical week. *--- Date /Time ___________Price____Lot____Value 11:32:23 23-Sep-2019__827.00__8,764__ £72,478 …Key deal . and currently over 840 some 30 up or 3.7% (and Wales won 43 to 14)
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