accesso Technology hails 'powerful' 2019 results
Francesca Morgan
Company News - 2 mins
11:39, 13th February 2020

accesso Technology Group (AIM:ACSO) FOLLOW hailed its ‘positive momentum’ in 2019 citing 43 customer renewals as well as 43 new or expanding ticketing contracts across the year.

The technology solutions provider said it had reached agreements with several notable clients including amusement park owner Palace Entertainment and the Washington State Fair.

The group said the renewal agreements reflected an ongoing momentum as well as client loyalty towards the accesso product suite.

Meanwhile, it also secured new contracts with a range of customers such as ITV Broadcasting, Mount Washington Cog Railway, The New York Botanical Garden, and Mount Vernon.

Shares in accesso Technology Group were trading 11.17% higher at 487.5p during Thursday trading.

accesso said it has seen increased cross-sell momentum across its product set with 10 new customers using more than one of its solutions.

This morning, Steve Brown, CEO of accesso, hailed the company’s “powerful business results.”

He commented, “These contract wins and renewals reaffirm the strength of our product offerings, underscore the confidence our customers have in our solutions, and start us off with forward momentum in 2020.”

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