Does Nectar's platform get hotter as Unified Communications as-a-Service takes hold?
Yes. Absolutely. Their capability, which is unique, is the auto-discovery of what is out on the network, everything from the internet providers to the actual device. They know what's connected and when there is a problem, whether it is voice communication, video communication. They can determine what the root cause is. A lot of management platforms will identify that there's a problem, but they won't be able to diagnose what the problem is, whether somebody has changed a router device, or changed a configuration, or they've taken it offline. It's quite comprehensive and detailed.