The Ontario-based company says it uses AI and machine learning to reduce capital risk and increase efficiency and success rates in resource exploration and investment.
It reported some high-profile engagements during the three months, including Yamana Gold retaining the tech firm for its Cerro Moro gold-silver mine, in Argentina, after recent successes with GoldSpot's work at the El Penon mine.
GoldSpot had also entered into a strategic data and royalty relationship with NV Gold Corp to use its suite of solutions to generate new exploration targets by analysing NV Gold's databases spanning four decades which it acquired from AngloGold Ashanti North America and its predecessors, and US Minerals Exploration Corp.
Monarch Gold also signed an agreement with the company following an investment from Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec to continue to advance the Beaufor mine, on the prolific Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec.
Manitou Gold is another of GoldSpot's references, recently reporting a drill hole on its Patents property at the Goudreau project, in northeastern Ontario, had provided early confirmation of prospectivity mapping in that area generated by GoldSpot.
The company said the primary structure intersected at Patents was directly within GoldSpot's highlighted prospective zone and conformed to the company's proprietary structural geology interpolation mapping techniques.
GoldSpot reported revenues of C$937,2020 for the period, with the 135% year-on-year boost helping drive cash and equivalents to $13 million.
On an adjusted basis, operating income amounted to $38,340, compared with a loss of $750,000 in the same period last year.
Shares in the company (TSXV:SPOT) gained 32% in Toronto to C18.5c, which capitalises it at $17.5 million.