Simply Wall St recently published an article analyzing accesso’s valuation and outlook, suggesting that stock may be trading at a low price relative to the actual value. The outlet notes that stock is still trading at a fairly cheap price, and that revenues are expected to grow by 10% over the next few years, pointing to a positive outlook.
Reporter Jamie Holmes of WFTV Channel 9 recently spoke to accesso CEO Steve Brown about how virtual queuing can play a role in helping parks to reopen safely. “Technology is going to be an important part of how this industry reopens,” said Brown.
Reporter Sean O’Neill of Skift included accesso in a round-up of potential technology solutions for social distancing at airports, noting that a virtual queuing solution like the accesso LoQueue system could facilitate timed entry at designated airport points, reducing overcrowding.
Reporter Maija Palmer of Sifted included accesso’s virtual queuing offering in a recent article on social distancing solutions.
The Owensboro Times shared news that guests at Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari will be able to wait in virtual lines for rides this year, as the park is implementing a queuing technology to ensure safe distancing measures. Holiday World recently announced opening day will be June 14.
14 News reporter Jill Lyman recently shared news that Holiday World will be introducing virtual queues to help guests maintain social distancing when the park reopens June 14. The solution, provided by accesso Technology Group, will allow guests to use their own smartphone to virtually wait in line for Holiday World’s rides and attractions.
Features Editor Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news that Walibi Holland will partner with accesso Technology Group to facilitate social distancing once the park reopens to the public on 25 May. A long-term accesso client, the park will now offer 100% virtual queuing to all guests.
Amusement Today shared news that Walibi Holland, a theme park located in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands, will now partner with accesso to offer 100% virtual queuing to all guests upon reopening on May 25 in an effort to deliver reliable social distancing.
accesso Technology Group plc (AIM: ACSO), the premier technology solutions provider for attractions and venues worldwide, today announced a new strategic agreement with Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari®, a longstanding customer located in Santa Claus, Indiana, that will include the theme park’s first-ever use of accesso’s award-winning, patented virtual queuing technology. The family-owned, internationally known theme park, which already leverages the accesso Passport® online ticketing and accesso SiriuswareSM point-of-sale solutions, will now offer the accesso LoQueueSM virtual queuing service for all guests to facilitate reliable social distancing when the park reopens June 14.
Editor Robert Niles of Theme Park Insider shared that Holiday World will be utilizing the accesso LoQueue virtual queuing platform upon reopening in June.
accesso Technology Group plc (AIM: ACSO), the premier technology solutions provider for attractions and venues worldwide, today announces a new strategic agreement with Walibi Holland, a longstanding theme park customer located in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands. The park, owned by Compagnie des Alpes, already leverages accesso’s patented virtual queuing solution as a premium service option and will now offer 100% virtual queueing to all guests to deliver reliable social distancing when the park reopens May 25.
Blooloop reporter Charlottle Coates shared news that Fern MacDonald was appointed Chief Financial Officer of accesso Technology Group PLC. MacDonald has been a part of the accesso team since May 2018, when she took on the role of Senior Vice President of Finance. She will also be joining accesso’s board.