I will take that. And before we start, I am going to have Tim just give us a little few comments on any comments we make today.
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Question-and-Answer SessionJeff Glidden
Alright now, back to the question. So just to be clear, this is really, we just reported our second quarter, so our fiscal year-end September. So, maybe perhaps, let me back up a little bit and say, we ended the fiscal year 2011 very strongly, had a very good year, revenues were up 16%, earnings were up 26% and our fourth quarter was very strong. We continued that with a very strong Q1, over-performed and over-delivered in Q1 and then disappointed in Q2. So, from a context from the mid-year point, we’re still on a very nice track. So we had a disappointing Q2 with revenues up 12% and earnings up 15% which was below our guidance. So but it was still an up quarter for us. At the mid-year point our revenues were up 16% and earnings were up 35%. So we feel that we’re on the right track and I think the discussion we’ve had is we have a lot of large enterprise customers, very large customers that are key to our business and while we do disclose large deals, we also disclose what we call mega deals. And a mega deal for us in $300 million quarter, these are significant where a customer will buy $5 million of license software or greater.