Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc (NASDAQ:HMNY) to make MoviePass a Separate Company


Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc (NASDAQ:HMNY) is a company that focuses in the provision of information technology services. It works everyday to ensure it satisfies the needs of its clients in the healthcare, banking and insurances sectors. The business guru says it will soon spin off MoviePass.

An outlook into the matter

The business giant outlines that any time soon MoviePass will be separate company. Quite a significant number of people around the globe will make a close follow up on the matter.

Their goal will be to establish what the separate company achieves in the long run. They expect it achieves even much more now that it will be making independent business decisions.

Helios and Matheson Analytics says it was in December that it took the controlling stake in the movie theater subscription service. Its spokesperson says it is a good thing that over such a short span of time they managed to get a 92 percent stake.

The turn of events

The company also intends to come up with a new unit. Dubbed MoviePass Entertainment Holdings Inc, it is the one that will take over MoviePass Inc’s shares. Asides from that, reports indicate it will be the one in charge of the various assets the company held earlier on.

Market observers applaud MoviePass for its high end organization and business strategy. They say it was a great move for the business guru to allow viewers pay just $9.95 to watch three movies.

Reports indicate that it was a monthly rate. The subscribers also applauded the move by the company to give them discounts on the movies tickets. Analysts have given a joint statement. It outlines that the stock has been on the decline. In fact, a significant margin of the stock has been lost.

However, the opening bell came with rather encouraging news for many following closely on the latest developments.

The company noted desirable changes and ones that gave it great inspiration into the future. According to the company’s latest statement, shares rose by a value of almost 40 percent eventually settling at 2 cents.