AIM-quoted software-as-a-service solutions provider Access Intelligence has seen its new Vuelio platform drive first-half growth and increase its net annual contract value by more than double.
Software and computer services firm Access Intelligence saw a strong performance in new business and increased upsell into its existing client base throughout the twelve months leading to 30 November, growing its annual contract value by more than £600,000 in just the second half of the year.
Access Intelligence, a leader in corporate communications and reputation management software, announced significant improvements in both customer renewal rates and new business performance, albeit alongside a sharp fall in revenues.
Corporate communications and reputation management software provider Access Intelligence announced its final results for the year to 30 November on Tuesday, confirming recurring revenue from continuing operations increasing by 39% and total revenue from continuing operations increasing by 43%, reflecting the full year impact of its acquisition in June 2015.
Reputation and operational risk management software supplier Access Intelligence announced its unaudited half year results for the six months to 31 May on Wednesday, with revenue from continuing operations increasing to £5.5m from a restated: £2.0m in the first half of last year.
Risk management software supplier Access Intelligence announced on Monday that it has agreed terms to dispose of its subsidiary AITrackRecord to TrackRecord Holdings, a newly-formed company founded by AITrackRecord's current CEO David McNair Scott.
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Software and computer group Access Intelligence has completed the acquisition of global software provider Cision UK and Vocus UK (C&V) for £1.34m.
Software supplier Access Intelligence announced that it has agreed to buy Cision UK and Vocus UK for an aggregate cash consideration of £1.34m.
Software as a Service (SaaS) group Access Intelligence has warned that both its revenue profit will be below market expectations for the year ended 30 November, blaming the revenue recognition basis of the SaaS business model.
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Compliance software-as-a-service supplier Access Intelligence increased its spending on research and development, which led to increased losses but encouraging underlying results.