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Tech company Dragontail Systems has announced a record 250 per cent, March quarter growth today.

Dragontail offers technology solutions to restaurants and fast food chains to optimise their order and delivery systems.

The platform boasts artificial intelligence integrated into a GPS-based algorithm.

“We are excited to see the cash receipts of the Company growing as a direct reflection of the accelerated growth in installations,” Managing Director Ido Levanon said.

The technology is integrated into the point of sale stage and helps prioritise orders.

Dragontail also uses a delivery app system that has freelance drivers earning money, similar to popular UberEats.

The official quarterly document is yet to be released.

DTS rose 8.7 percent in the ASX today.

Please see the announcement attached

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