Also, please note that on the call today, we will discuss some non-GAAP financial measures in talking about the company’s financial performance. We report our GAAP results, as well as provide a reconciliation of these non-GAAP measures to GAAP financial measures in our earnings release. You can obtain a copy of our earnings release by visiting the investor relation section of our website.Now, I’d like to turn the call over to LivePerson’s Chief Executive Officer, Robert LoCascio. Robert LoCascio Thanks, Dan and thanks everyone for joining us today. I’m pleased to report we are starting the year off on a strong note. During the quarter, our core business demonstrated continued strength with B2B revenue increasing 23% over the prior year period. We also had a very strong bookings quarter. First quarter bookings came in an unseasonably high at $6.1 million, which represents more than a 60% increase from the prior year’s first quarter and around 10% of the pipeline consisted of new products. As we have discussed in the past, in the first half of 2012, we are focused on continue to build our new product pipeline. We remain focused on rolling out the products more broadly across our customer base, while expanding the depth and reach of our core chat product offerings. Along those lines, we continue to make considerable investment in building out our sales team and training them on the value-based selling model we implemented last year. During the quarter, we added six quota-carrying sales reps, which is in addition to six head during the fourth quarter. We’re also starting to increase our overall marketing investment in order to build awareness and demand in the marketplace. To that end, I just got back from UK, where we kicked off the first three Aspire customers summits. Our Aspire events bring customers together to share success stories and best practices and to learn about our latest innovations. With over 300 people on attendance, it was an important opportunity for us to connect with these leading European companies and really give them an opportunity to exchange ideas, learn about our new products and connect with each other. It definitely was one common threat among these organizations, a strong desire to create deeper, more meaningful relationships with their customers. And they are looking to LivePerson to help achieve this.