• Datametrex AI Limited (DM) reports record net earnings for the first quarter of 2022
  • Marshall Gunter, CEO of Datametrex sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the results
  • Datametrex is a technology-focused company, using artificial intelligence to create solutions for the cyber security, telehealth, and electric vehicle verticals
  • Datametrex AI Limited opened trading at $0.14

Datametrex AI Limited (DM) earned over $1.3M on revenues of over $10M in the first quarter of 2022.

Marshall Gunter, CEO of Datametrex sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the results.

“Our 2022 first-quarter results reflect another strong period with momentum as the company continues to grow its core AI business and evolve from health security and begin to ramp up with our telehealth and EV verticals.”

The company continues to focus on building out the telehealth vertical and expects Medi-Call to generate revenue by Q3. Datametrex plans to introduce the Medi-Call app to the public with the pending release on the app store, to be announced soon.

Datametrex AI Limited is a technology-focused company, using artificial intelligence (AI) to create solutions for the cyber security, telehealth, and electric vehicle (EV) verticals.

Shares of Datametrex AI Limited (DM) opened trading at C$0.14.

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