Mitie Group: Barclays upgrades to overweight with a target price of 180p.
AIM-quoted technology solutions provider Accesso Technology has seen a strong start to 2018, coming off the back a year that saw revenues and EBITDA improve thanks to new business wins and acquisitions, renewed partnerships and further geographic expansion.
Technology solutions provider accesso Technology Group announced on Friday that Royce Paul Noland Jr, president and CEO of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), would succeed Steve Brown as its chief executive officer, and is expected to join the Board of accesso on 9 April.
Analysts at Berenberg initiated coverage on leisure industry group Accesso Technology with a 'buy' rating on Wednesday, citing several factors that they believed would lead to "double-digit organic revenue growth" over the coming years as their reasoning.
Virgin Money Holdings: RBC Capital Markets downgrades to underperform with a target price of 250p.
Leisure, entertainment and cultural technology provider Accesso Technology Group highlighted a number of recent award wins in an update on Tuesday, in recognition of its technology, its impact on the end-markets it serves, and on its growth track record as a firm.
AIM-listed tech firm Accesso Technology announced on Thursday it had finalised a deal to install its ticketing and queue management software with an Australian theme park operator.
Technology solutions provider Accesso Technology Group announced on Monday that it expects group revenues to be in line with expectations for the year to 31 December, and it anticipates profitability to be ahead of expectations.
Accesso Technology Group, the AIM-listed premier technology solutions provider to leisure entertainment and cultural markets, announced a three-year agreement with Village Roadshow Theme parks to install its LoQueue virtual queuing solution at Wet'n'Wild Sydney.
Accesso Technology, provider of queuing and ticketing technology solutions to theme parks and attractions, experienced growth for all its products in the first half but cautioned that bad weather had affected trading at the start of the second half.
Accesso Technology Group has had its ticketing and queuing contracts with theme park company Six Flags Entertainment Corporation extended until 2025.
Forbidden Technologies was celebrating its first contract win for its social video platform on Thursday, after a number of proof-of-concept trials. The AIM-traded technology firm's 'eva' platform described itself as "the real video social network", and allows users to create profiles to share videos with friends and other users. Forbidden Technologies said WAE - a London-based design agency - would license a channel for three months initially, with the option of extending for a further 12.
Queuing and ticketing technology company Accesso Technology expects its performance for the year ended 31 December to be "comfortably" in line with expectations.
Accesso Technology's first-half loss widened as it continues to invest heavily in its development and operational teams, although the company pointed out that full-year results are weighted more towards the second half.
Queuing and ticketing technology company Accesso Technology has secured a five-year extension on its current deal with Australian theme park Dreamworld.
Accesso: Canaccord Genuity raises target price from 680p to 770p and keeps a buy recommendation.
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Accesso Technology Group: Numis initiates with a target price of 690p and a buy recommendation.
Theme park queuing and ticketing technology provider Accesso Technology said it had won several new contracts since the start of the year and was 'well positioned to perform in line' with its full-year expectations.
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