There have been a number of developments at the small side of the tech sector on Wednesday.
Three that have caught my eye are listed below. Here’s why these shares are on the move:
LiveTiles Ltd (ASX: LVT)
The LiveTiles share price has jumped 15% higher after announcing a commercial agreement with Australian software-as-a-service company Linius Technologies Limited (ASX: LNU). According to the release, the companies will partner on a solution that will leverage voice, AI facial recognition, and virtualised video technology to capture data and information from meetings and deliver personalised videos to employees. LiveTiles will integrate Linius technology into its core platform, providing users the ability to extract unique and personalised videos from previously recorded meetings.
Volpara Health Technologies Ltd (ASX: VHT)
The Volpara share price has surged 11% higher after announcing a partnership with Ambry Genetics. The cancer screening software platform provider has partnered with Ambry Genetic to bring a new era of breast care to patients in the United States. According to the release, Volpara believes the collaboration agreement has the potential to significantly increase ARPU upon successful clinical implementation.
WISR Ltd (ASX: WZR)
The Wisr share price has rocketed 30% higher after the online lender announced that it has hit the $200 million loan originations mark. According to the release, it took Wisr 45 months to originate its first $50 million of loans. But the final $50 million was written in under four months. The company revealed that this has been achieved without compromising on quality. Its loan book has an average credit score of 706, compared to the average Australian credit score of ~600. It believes this reinforces the prime nature of the company’s loan book and customer base.