Please keep in mind that we do not undertake any obligation to update any forward-looking statements as a result of new information or developments.Now, our Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Murray Martin, will start with an overview of the quarter. Murray? Murray D. Martin Thanks, Charlie. Good afternoon, and thanks for joining us. I'll start by putting our overall performance this quarter into context. Mike will follow with the details on our second quarter results, and then I'll discuss our outlook for 2012. After the presentation, we'll take your questions. For the last few years, we've been on a journey to deliver long-term customer and shareholder value. We are fundamentally transforming our business processes, reducing our cost structure and diversifying our range of offerings beyond physical mail. During the quarter, we continue to make progress against these long-term goals. We also continue to see favorable trends in parts of our business despite ongoing economic uncertainty and fluctuations in currency. Although total revenue declined during the quarter, there was growth on a constant currency basis in 3 of our 7 business segments. And in 2 of the remaining segments, the rate of revenue decline has moderated. There are drivers, particularly in the enterprise group, that we anticipate will moderate year-over-year revenue declines in the second half of the year as compared with the first half of the year. These drivers include expansion of e-commerce and direct mail opportunities in Mail Services, new print outsourcing services provided by management services and increased backlog of equipment orders for Production Mail. In the quarter, we signed a strategic partnership with ORION Holdings to provide print management services that create substantial cost savings and increased value for the global network of interpublic companies, groups, agencies and clients. We will provide a platform that supports ORION Printing worldwide, which includes project management, global network of selected printers, print outsourcing expertise and technology that provides visibility tracking and accountability to each project.
Our Volly secure digital mail delivery service continues to add capabilities and partnerships which we believe will enhance its successful adoption when it launches.During the quarter, we announced the first partner who will be part of our payment system. The ProfitStars division of Jack Henry & Associates will enable free one-click bill payments for consumers in Volly. We believe pre-bill payment on-site is a critical consumer requirement, and we are pleased to be offering it to our Volly users. We also reached an agreement with SafeNet Inc. to enhance the security of digital mail delivery in the cloud. Additionally, we have now signed more than 50 large third-party mail service providers who will offer the Volly secure digital mail service to more than 6,000 customer companies and the consumer brands. The positive signs that we noted in our SMB business in the first quarter continued this quarter as well. This was led by improved customer retention rates and increased placements of the Connect+ digital mailing systems globally. During the quarter, we launched Connect+ in Germany, and it was approved for placement in France beginning in the third quarter. In the U.S., we also launched the innovative mailstation2 with pbWebConnect. It is the world's first cloud-based mailing and shipping system that gives customers the ability to manage mail and packages via the postage meter or online. Customers can also gain access to special USPS discounts, not typically available through standard metering systems in addition to gateway access to a range of applications including the full pbSmart suite of digital solutions. pbWebConnect is already earning high marks from early adopters, for the convenience, discounts and the online access that it provides. We continue to generate strong free cash flow during the quarter, and we also strengthened our balance sheet through the early redemption of $400 million of debt. Let me now turn it over to Mike for a discussion about our second quarter financial results. Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com