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Now, I’d like to turn the call over to LivePerson’s Chief Executive Officer, Robert LoCascio.
Robert LoCascioThanks, Dan, and thanks to everyone for joining us. I’m pleased to report that we had another strong quarter. BEV revenues grew 23% over last year. We signed a record 136 deals, up from 117 in Q1. During the quarter bookings came in at $6.9 million. This was a record for our quarter and almost 20% increase over the prior year quarter of $5.8 million. New product pipeline continue to make up a large percentage of bookings with 17% of total bookings coming from new products compared to 10% in Q1 and 5% in Q4. My high level observation is that the continued strength in our booking’s numbers and the changing mix of new to existing products indicates we are on the right path towards executing on our overall vision of delivering a platform for intelligent engagement. We now focused on how to optimize execution on our go-to-market strategy so we can scale our product sales to our 8,500 customers.