The company does not undertake to revise any forward-looking statements to reflect future events or circumstances. Revenue and other financial estimates contained in this presentation have not been audited or reviewed by Perion’s independent auditors. And accordingly, they express no opinion or other form of insurance as to this information. The company provides no assurance that these preliminary results will not change following the completion of its financial audit of results of operations for the fiscal fourth quarter 2011, which are expected to be completed by March 2012.
With that said, I’ll turn the call over to Josef Mandelbaum, Chief Executive Officer. Josef, the call is yours.
Thank you, Todd, and happy and healthy New Year, everyone. Welcome to our 2012 guidance call.Today, I’d like to focus my comments on three items. First, a review of and progress update on our strategy; second, financial guidance for 2012; and third, an update on the Smilebox acquisition. After my prepared remarks, we will then open up the call for questions. These continue to be exciting times for our company as the strategy we have outlined over a year-ago comes to life with the execution of our plan. In the past 16 months, we have methodically and successfully executed the initially phases of our strategy and have positioned ourselves for significant growth in 2012 and beyond. The success of our mission is contingent on our further investing in and executing on four areas of growth. Infrastructure and consumer insight, building a robust product line, and consumer marketing and acquisitions. In the past year, there has been a tremendous upsurge of articles and media coverage on the power and importance of the 40 plus year old second wave adopters or SWAs. In particular, baby boomers. We view the amplified coverage of our market target as a strong validation of the strategy we set out over a year-ago. We have positioned Perion to be very well situated to be a leading application provider to this market.