Fourth Quarter ResultsTotal revenues declined 7 percent to $161.4 million in the fourth quarter versus $172.7 million in the prior year. Core solution revenues were flat during the quarter including the loss of a single Healthcare customer whose fourth quarter seasonal project did not repeat in 2011. Excluding the effect of the customer loss, core solutions generated revenue growth. Legacy products, such as business forms and transactional labels, across all business units continued to decline. Healthcare revenue declined 11 percent to $59.3 million in the fourth quarter compared to $66.3 million in the prior year. Core solutions, excluding the impact of the loss of the seasonal customer noted previously, showed improved growth driven by the acquisition of 100 percent of the ownership interests in iMedConsent, LLC (dba Dialog Medical) which the Company completed in the third quarter as well as organic growth in patient communications and patient identification and safety solutions. Legacy clinical documents and administrative forms sales declined at an accelerated rate as customers advanced implementation of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) initiatives. Financial Services grew 2 percent to $44.7 million in the fourth quarter compared to $43.9 million in the prior year as the Company completed the implementation of a new core solutions customer as well as the continued ramp up of several customers implemented in previous periods. These sales served to offset the loss of legacy and core solutions from a customer that is expected to impact revenues in this segment by an additional $15-18 million in the coming year. The Commercial Markets business unit experienced an 11 percent decline to $39.7 million for the quarter from $44.7 million in the prior year due to erosion in both legacy and core solutions. The Industrial business unit generated $17.7 million in revenue for the quarter, roughly in line with its results for the fourth quarter of 2010. Overall softness in manufacturing parts solutions related to slowed growth among HVAC/R, electrical distribution and home appliance manufacturers and a reduction in transactional documents during the quarter were the key drivers of performance.