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LiveTiles (ASX:LVT) has announced further continued growth of its annualised recurring revenue (ARR).

This March quarter it has reached $34.5 million – up a staggering 208 percent on the prior year from $11.2 million.

LiveTiles Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Karl Redenbach said he was “pleased to have achieved another quarter of strong ARR growth, with ARR more than tripling over the past 12 months.”

LiveTiles Annualised Recurring Revenue GrowthGrowth supported by organic customer acquisition and acquisitions

The growth of the revenue was driven by organic growth and its acquisition of digital workplace software business Wizdom, completed in February 2019.

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Wizdom delivered ARR of $8 million as at 31 December 2018 and brought with it a “high-quality customer base of 243 customers.”

The March quarter is usually a slower quarter in terms of enterprise software sales according to the company and it is delighted with the organic growth of $3.6 million that was achieved this quarter.

New clients have come on board across the United States, Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom.

They include leading financial services firms, a real estate group, a number of government departments and agencies and one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies.

Sales pipeline well stocked

The company boasts a “strong sales pipeline” that it hopes will continue to deliver customer and revenue growth in FY19.

“We expect to deliver another year of strong revenue growth in FY19, driven by our investments in sales and marketing, the 2018 launch of our AI products, high-impact co-marketing initiatives with Microsoft plus a strong organic growth contribution from Wizdom,” said Redenbach.

Multiple cross-selling opportunities have been added and new customer opportunities to capitalise on with the addition of Wizdom earlier this year and Hyperfish in June last year.

Wizdom has provided a strong European presence “from which to grow regionally” and also “enables LiveTiles to extend its intelligent workplace platform to deliver news and content publishing capabilities.”

Its partnership with US-based sales and marketing firm N3 has also proven highly fruitful in building the sales pipeline.

Read: LiveTiles’ sales partner N3 delivers the goods

LiveTiles stated that it intends to grow its ARR to a minimum of $100 million by 30 June 2021 and Redenbach is “confident that we [LiveTiles] are well positioned to achieve this.”

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