Artificial intelligence stock LiveTiles (ASX:LVT) has boosted its annualised recurring revenue (ARR) 10x in two years.

The company revealed today that ARR for FY19 was up from $4m two years ago to $40m today.

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In the last 12 months, ARR has grown 167 per cent and the preceding quarter saw $5.6m growth – a record for the company.

LiveTiles also recapped its client wins and product launches. Among its clients were universities in Australia and the UK, an international film studio and two professional service firms.

The company is predicting a strong year ahead.

“LiveTiles expects to deliver another year of strong customer and revenue growth in FY20, driven by our continued investment in our products, partners and sales and marketing channels,” the company said.

“Our key company objective is to deliver ARR of at least $100m [by] 30 June 2021 — and we are well positioned to achieve this.”

Shares jumped 8 per cent at market open and have more than doubled this year.

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