Virtual queuing and ticketing group accesso Technology Group PLC (LON:ACSO) has landed a significant new contract in Mexico for its accesso Siriusware product.
The contract is with Experiencias Xcaret, which has a network of seven popular experiences, parks, and attractions in Mexico.
When implementation is complete, accesso Siriusware will operate on more than 400 workstations across the destinations, providing a range of software modules including retail, food and beverage, access control, rentals, reservations and gift cards.
Experiencias Xcaret will also use accesso Siriusware to coordinate and schedule transportation between its various sites.
“This win represents another important example of expansion for accesso Siriusware beyond its traditional ski markets, showcasing its broad appeal and ability to overcome universal guest-management challenges for customers,” said executive chairman Tom Burnet, in a statement released ahead of today’s annual general meeting (AGM).
Annual general meeting should be a happy affair
The AGM looks set to be a jolly affair as the company is firing on all cylinders and, in Burnet’s words, generating good momentum in all parts of the business.
Burnet said the company is delighted with the early progress made in the integration recently acquired ticket distribution business Ingresso.
With less than half the year gone and the big summer season in the western hemisphere just getting underway, accesso acknowledged it is still early days in terms of predicting the full-year outcome, but the board said it has been encouraged by the strong start to the year and expectations for the full-year remain unchanged.
Shares in accesso were up 1.6% at 1,895p in mid-morning trade.