Ticketing technology company Accesso Technology, which put itself up for sale earlier this year, said it is in discussions over whether current offers are “attractive to shareholders.”
In July, the London-listed firm, which provides virtual and online ticketing solutions and virtual queueing technology solutions for attractions, said it would conduct a formal sale process as required under UK takeover rules.
Accesso claims to have a number of interested parties for its sale, having previously rejected several proposals.
The firm is also drawing up a strategic plan to “realign and better integrate” its offering and maximise penetration into the market, which is estimated to be worth $3.4bn.
If the sale process does not result in an offer, Accesso said it was “fully prepared” to execute the strategy.
Accesso’s partners include the New York Botanical Gardens, the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, the new entertainment complex St. Louis Aquarium and three ski resorts across the US: Holiday Valley, Sierra-at-Tahoe and Perfect North.