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Accesso says 2015 trading was “comfortably in line” with expectations

It added that 2016 has also got off to a strong start, with all business lines showing good momentum.

The ShoWare division already has 16 contract wins for 2016.

Accesso (LON:ACSO), a ticketing and service provider for attractions, has told investors that its financial results for 2015 will be comfortably in line with expectations.

For the twelve months, to December 31, the company said it had a strong performance whilst it invested significantly following an earlier transformative agreement with theme Park operator Merlin Entertainments.

It added that 2016 has also got off to a strong start, with all business lines showing good momentum.

Specifically, accesso highlighted that its ShoWare division has seen notable early progress with 16 new contract wins, while accesso Siriusware has begun the year with four new contracts; including the West Mountain ski resort in New York State and indoor skydiving venue iFLY Brasilia.

Elsewhere, the accesso LoQueue business is set to launch its mobile solution, called Qsmart, in Asia for the first time. It will be rolled out in June at the Movie Animation Park Studios in Malaysia.

The LoQueue unit also landed an additional agreement with an attraction in North America, for the implementation of its queueing system in 2017.

Accesso’s full year results statement is due on March 16.

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