LONDON (Alliance News) - Accesso Technology Group PLC on Monday said it has won eight new contracts for its ShoWare and Siriusware software products in the US.
The company, which provides ticketing technology to leisure and entertainment companies, said it has signed up Mount Vernon Place Conservancy in Baltimore, City of Lakewood and The Lakewood Cultural Center in Colorado, Hickory Community Theatre in North Carolina, and Criterion Theatre in Bar Harbour, Maine, for its ShoWare ticketing platform and has signed Croptown Creative to use the technology at its 'Sudz in the City' festival in Fresno, California.
In addition, Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico, the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, Florida, and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, in Philadelphia, have all signed up to use its Siriusware point-of-sale and guest management products.
Accesso did not provide financial details on the contracts, but said each would provide a new recurring revenue stream for the company.
"Using technology to help create the best possible guest experience before, during and after a leisure visit is at the heart of everything we do. These new partnerships are a further endorsement of that strategy and we are delighted to be providing these dynamic venues and attractions with innovative technology solutions that, we hope, meet and surpass guests fast evolving expectations," said Tom Burnet, Accesso's chief executive.
Shares in Accesso were up 1.8% to 808.00 pence on Monday.
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