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During the past year, we consistently grew our customer base, continued on a path of product innovation, and established significant partner relationship around the world. The acceptance of our new UX series platform is high. These are all positive signal that we are on the right track. However, our overall financial performance in the past fiscal year did not fully reflect the success in our Enterprise business due largely to the accelerated decline of our federal Government business.We took decisive action to provided financial stability in the near term and to maintain the assets and capabilities need for growth in fiscal year 2013 and beyond. These recent actions represent major restructuring and resizing of our operations. Thee changes along with some additional cost reduction efforts give us a line of sight to reach cash flow break even in the September time from which is our second fiscal quarter. A clear indicator that we're moving in the right direction with our cash balance at the end of the fourth quarter which declined a comparatively small $1.8 million in the prior quarter. A big improvement over the prior three quarters where we dropped on average $8.2 million each quarter. Of course we are equally focused on growing thee top line over the past year we consistently added 50 to 60 new customers per quarter with 75 in the fourth quarter totaling approximately 250 new customers for the full fiscal year. Many of our new [inaudible] start with initial site deployment which don't translate into significant revenue during the deployment, planning stage but lay the foundation for future roll outs and reoccurring revenue stream. We are there for carefully optimistic in our revenue ramp gets deeper as the project roll out broadens. Here are some additional details that I want to share as I am encouraged by the traction we are seeing from enterprise customers seeking UC solutions. New customer highlights in the quarter included, and this is just a sample, a number of North American Airlines which serves plenty domestics and international destinations in the Pacific region. One of the top five international postal carriers worldwide. The UK division of one of the largest audit financial consultant firms in the world. One of the world's largest providers of security products based in Europe. A French multi-faceted utility company. A British multinational asset management company, and a major video game software developer headquartered in Japan. We are seeing success in existing relationships. For an example with a tier one system integration carrier partner, we increased the rate of deployment for a global roll out for a multinational company ad added support services to the contract. We are also seeing repeat business from recent UC customers which is encouraging. Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com