Saba Software, Inc. (SABA) March 20, 2012 1:15 pm ET Executives Karen Steele - Senior Vice President of Corporate Marketing Bobby Yazdani - Founder, Chairman of The Board and Chief Executive Officer Unknown Executive - Shawn Farshchi - Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President Elaine Kitagawa - Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President Jeffrey T. Carr - President of Global Field Operations Roy Lobo - Analysts James Holincheck - Gartner Inc., Research Division Eric Martinuzzi - Craig-Hallum Capital Group LLC, Research Division Unknown Analyst Nathan Schneiderman - Roth Capital Partners, LLC, Research Division Alan Greenberg David Smith Hyoun Park - Aberdeen Group, Inc. David Wilson Scott R. Berg - Feltl and Company, Inc., Research Division PresentationKaren Steele
Hopefully, you can all find a seat and make yourself comfortable. My name's Karen Steele, I'm Head of Corporate Marketing for Saba, and I'd like to be the first to welcome you to our Analyst Day. Thank you to everybody who attended the working lunch and the general sessions this morning. I'd like to also introduce Roy Lobo, who's our Head of Investor Relations, in the back, my co-host to this event. I just want to quickly go through the agenda and then we'll jump right into what I think it's going to be an information-packed session, set of sessions. So we're going to kick it off with Bobby Yazdani, and he's going to talk a little bit about our vision and our strategy. Following Bobby, you'll hear from Shawn Farshchi, our COO. And then following Shawn, you'll hear from Elaine, our CFO. We're going to then do -- spend some time to give you all time to ask questions, we'll do an executive Q&A. We do have mics in the room, so if at any time you'd like to ask a question, just raise your hand. And I'm very excited to have a customer panel to cap off the day this afternoon. We have Deloitte, Coventry Healthcare and Smart Technologies who'll be joining us for a great informative customer session. We will take a break in between the 3 executive presentations and the Q&A.
Saba Software (Nasdaq:SABA) is trading at unusually high volume Thursday with 1.4 million shares changing hands. It is currently at four times its average daily volume and trading down 75 cents (-8.8%).