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8X8 Inc  (NYSE:EGHT)
Q3 2019 Earnings Conference Call
Jan. 29, 2019, 4:30 p.m. ET

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Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Good afternoon. My name is Cheryl, and I will be your conference operator today. At this time, I would like to welcome everyone to the 8x8 Inc Fiscal Q3 2019 Earnings Conference Call. All lines will be placed on mute to prevent any background noise. After the speaker's remarks, there will be a question-and-answer session. (Operator Instructions) Thank you.

Victoria Hyde-Dunn, Investor Relations. You may begin your conference.

Victoria Hyde-Dunn -- Senior Director, Investor Relations

Thank you, operator. Good afternoon and welcome to 8x8's third fiscal quarter 2019 earnings conference call. Joining me today are Vik Verma, Chief Executive Officer; and Steven Gatoff, Chief Financial Officer. During today's call, Vik will begin with business highlights of our third quarter performance. Following this, Steven will provide details on our financial results and guidance for fiscal Q4 and full year fiscal 2019. After these prepared remarks, we look forward to taking your questions.

Before we get started, just a reminder that during this conference call, any forward-looking statements are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and our actual results could materially differ as a result of a variety of factors. Additional information concerning these risk factors is available in our most recent reports on Forms 10-K and 10-Q, which you will find on the SEC's website and the Investor Relations section of our website. As a reminder, we adopted a new revenue recognition standard ASC 606 in April 2018.

For certain income statement items, we have provided the third fiscal quarter 2019 results, as they would have been under the old standard ASC 605. Reconciliation of ASC 606 and 605 results are included with our earnings press release. In addition, some financial measures that could be discussed on this call together with year-over-year comparison in some cases were not prepared in accordance with US generally accepted accounting principles or GAAP. A reconciliation of non-GAAP measures to the closest comparable GAAP measures is provided with our earnings press release and PowerPoint presentation deck, which are available on our Investor Relations website.

With that, let me turn the call over to Vik.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Victoria. Good afternoon, and thank you to everyone for joining us. I would like to share four points about the quarter that highlights our business performance and the large opportunity ahead of us. First, we exceeded the high end of our financial outlook in our third quarter and saw another sequential increase in our year-over-year service revenue growth rate, as has been the case in every quarter this fiscal year.

Second, our X Series cloud platform, which integrates voice, video conferencing, contact center and collaboration into a single technology platform is strongly positioned to address the current market as customers are increasingly adopting robust, integrated cloud solutions. These customers are seeking one technology platform, which offers unique product, data and analytic capabilities.

Third, our new bookings performance in the US mid-market and enterprise came in weaker than we expected. Our enterprise business continues to be a solid but lumpy business with a few large deals pushing out of the quarter. Our US mid-market business, however, had specific execution issues and as a result, are making specific organizational and process changes. These changes are already showing a positive impact.

Finally, we expect sequential year-over-year service revenue growth rate increases of approximately 50 basis points to 75 basis points per quarter to continue for the foreseeable future. This means we're anticipating reaching approximately 25 service revenue growth, excluding DXI revenue and in constant currency with about a two quarter delay from our original expectation.

Let me touch on each of these points in a bit more detail. First, our third quarter revenue results illustrate the fundamental strength in our business, as we exceeded the high end of our financial outlook. Service revenue for the third quarter was $85.9 million and grew 20% year-over-year. Adjusting for constant currency and excluding DXI revenue, service revenue growth was 22% compared to 21% in the second quarter showing that we continue to accelerate growth.

Customers continue to see the value of our single technology platform for cloud business communications and contact center solutions. Our sales team closed 25 new mid-market and enterprise deals with monthly recurring revenue of $10,000 or greater during the quarter, an increase of 14% year-over-year. Six of our top 10 deals included contact center, and five of our top 10 deals were outside the United States. We booked approximately 50% of new monthly recurring revenue from new customer logos. Also eight of our top 10 deals were assisted by channel partners and our Channel Enablement Program has grown to include 10 strategic masters and over 400 partners, up from 250 partners last quarter.

To provide greater insight into our enterprise customer adoption, let me highlight a couple of examples. One marquee enterprise customer win is an international vacation rental management company, managing properties in 20 US states and 15 countries. Their homegrown voice solution had limited functionality and customer experience challenges with answer rate connecting to employees and remote locations using their cellphone and lack of data tracking for call transfers. 8x8 won this deal after a very competitive RFP process that involve multiple cloud providers. They ultimately chose X Series packages X2 and X8 to take advantage of our single platform solution, and 8x8's proven expertise that allows them to focus on their business rather than developing and supporting voice and contact center technology.

Another notable customer win is a US-based Southwest service administrators, a third-party provider of administration services for healthcare and employee benefit plans. This customer has outgrown their legacy on-premise system and needed a solution that combined unified communications with true contact center capabilities. The overarching requirements that drove their buying decision were two-fold. First, a single UCaaS and CCaaS cloud technology platform; and second, robust HIPAA Compliance. This was a competitive takeaway from an incumbent hybrid provider and the customer selected a mix of X Series solutions across the user base to best fulfill their overall needs.

My second point is that our X Series cloud platform, which includes voice, video conferencing, contact center and collaboration is strongly position as this $50 billion market takes off. We continue to see validation from customers and even from our competitors that a full suite solution based on a single cloud technology platform is what the market wants. Over the past four years, we have invested in both research and development and acquisitions that positions us as the only pure cloud provider that owns the full technology platform required to deliver voice, video conferencing, collaboration, contact center and one system of intelligence in the marketplace today.

The X Series has becoming the leading solution for our new 8x8 customers and we're seeing 25% to 30% of new seats being sold with higher value contact center and collaboration capabilities. We have rolled out X Series to all business segments in the US and UK to help small, mid-market and enterprise businesses connect with customers faster and smarter. Approximately 15% of our installed base is now on the X Series platform up from 10% last quarter. Upcoming announcements, which demonstrate a continued commitment to extend the capabilities of our X Series, include enhanced speech analytics that provide voice of the customer insights enabling companies to optimize customer experience through data driven decisions, something that cannot be done with stitch together solutions. In addition, recent award recognition from TechTarget and Frost & Sullivan highlight a Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership in UCaaS.

As we discussed on our last call, last quarter, we acquired Jitsi, an open source video collaboration technology and team of video technology experts from Atlassian. We are in the process of integrating the full Jitsi stack into 8x8 X Series offering. The new desktop and mobile clients will be piloted this quarter with general availability in mid-year. Once integrated, the Jitsi based 8x8 meeting solution will be run on public cloud infrastructure, while leveraging our global audio expertise and with a feature set that is competitive with leading team meeting solutions on the markets today.

The third point around our fiscal Q3 is that while we are encouraged by our progress across many fronts, our third quarter US mid-market new bookings performance, fell short of internal expectations. New monthly recurring revenue book from mid-market and enterprise customers increased 13% year-over-year and comprised approximately 66% of total bookings in the quarter. Total channel bookings grew 23% year-over-year. While we are still averaging close to 30% growth in new mid-market and enterprise bookings over the first three quarters of the year, I am not happy with our go-to-market execution in this quarter relative to the opportunities that we had available.

We believe this to be a direct side effect of two major transitions we have been managing. The introduction of X Series to the mid-market and a rapidly expanding channel team. With regard to X Series, as previously mentioned, we have received strong positive response from enterprise customers and Industry analysts that our new solutions are delivering immediate value and meeting the need for mix and match capabilities based on a single cloud technology platform, where we did not execute however, was an enabling our mid-market sales force to sell X Series at high velocity with well defined value paths to drive short sales cycles. We have taken immediate steps to improve both our enablement and sales processes specific to high velocity sales and are already starting to see the results in this quarter in accelerated deal execution.

With regard to the channel execution issues, over the course of late Q2 and early Q3, we brought in a large number of very talented experienced channel professionals. Unfortunately, we did not focus enough on adequately enabling this new team and integrating them tightly with our existing field sales team. Again, we have taken immediate steps to improve both process and execution and are seeing early signs of success. While the unfortunate combination of these two execution issues translated into a US mid-market booking shortfall, the positive news is that these are discrete, tactical issues that we have identified and are addressing.

More importantly, market demand remains strong, our win rate remains high, and we continue to deliver solutions that differentiate us from peers. We have plenty of room to grow in our $50 billion addressable market. We remain confident as ever in our long-term growth opportunities, as we deliver -- believe delivering a single cloud SaaS technology platform remains a winning strategy.

To my final point, in regards to the underlying strength of the business, we expect sequential year-over-year service revenue growth rate increases of approximately 50 basis points to 75 basis points per quarter to continue for the foreseeable future. Over the first three fiscal quarters of this year, we have increased our year-over-year service revenue growth, excluding DXI and adjusting for constant currency from 20% in fiscal Q4 2018 to 22% this quarter. We expect to exit the fourth quarter with a service revenue growth rate of approximately 22% to 23%, excluding DXI revenue and in constant currency. And we expect to now reach the milestone of approximately 25% service revenue growth rate about two quarters later than originally anticipated.

Before I turn the call over to Steven, I would like to thank our employees, customers and channel partners. I have tremendous conviction in the value of our technology platform and the market opportunity in front of us. It is up to us to execute, and I'm confident and committed to doing that.

Over to you, Steven.

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Thanks, Vik. Good afternoon, everyone. We appreciate you joining us. We are glad to provide some details in color around the business that drove our Q3 financial results and walk you through our guidance for Q4 and the full fiscal year 2019. We'll of course wrap up by opening the call to your questions.

With this being my inaugural earnings call here at 8x8, I wanted to frame out this part of the discussion into three financial areas of note. One, my personal bullishness on the large and largely unmet cloud disruption opportunity that 8x8 is uniquely monetizing. Two, our SaaS model that's driving solid increases and sequential quarterly year-over-year revenue growth. And three, the compelling operational and financial path in front of us to drive continued improving revenue growth and increasing stockholder value.

First off, I'm thrilled to have joined Vik, and the team here. After 90 days or so on the job, I can say that I'm more bullish on the opportunity that's sitting in front of us at 8x8, than I was when I first started. 8x8 owns a single integrated and global technology platform that uniquely positions us to disrupt a $50 billion TAM, one that is less than 10% penetrated by cloud offerings. As we move forward and capitalize on this, I'm excited about contributing a focus around driving a SaaS orientation and execution, in terms of both our revenue scale and how we run the business to achieving increasing leverage and returns. From evolutions in our customer contracts and customer on-boarding to managing our leading indicators around pipeline, lead gen and funnel conversion, we're driving greater operating and organizational efficiencies in our execution to make sure we're well positioned to capture the large market opportunity. In bridging these strong market drivers and the 8x8 model to our P&L, let's look at our Q3 performance where we delivered a solid quarter of service revenue and strong continued gross margins.

Before we get into the details though, let me briefly comment on the bookings dynamics that we observed in the third quarter. As Vik talked about our bookings growth from the US mid-market came in lower than we expected to do specific execution issues in our new channel organization and go-to-market motions. I'm encouraged that we already begun to correct these shortcomings with concrete actions and we're focused on what you'd expect us to be. We're looking at such operating metrics as our return on lead gen spend, weekly pipeline creation, rep productivity, and channel partner new logo registrations and closings. It's the numbers and leading indicators they told us there was an issue and its these metrics and numbers that were fiercely focused on and driving improvement around.

Let's turn to the fiscal Q3 P&L results. Our ability to deliver service revenue ahead of our guidance for Q3 demonstrated the strength of our SaaS model, where we built a solid base of recurring subscription revenue. You see this in service revenue coming in at $85.9 million above the high end of our financial outlook and at the higher growth rate of 22% year-over-year adjusting for constant currency and excluding DXI. Looking at the important contribution to growth from larger deals, service revenue from mid-market and enterprise customers billing greater than $1,000 in monthly recurring revenue, grew 30% in Q3, and represented 62% of monthly recurring revenue also on a consistent basis of adjusting for constant currency and excluding DXI.

Service revenue from mid-market and enterprise customers billing greater than $10,000 in monthly recurring revenue, increased more than 61% year-over-year, and represents 29% of monthly recurring revenue. On both fronts, strong continued revenue growth and contributions from a key business driver. On a global basis, our investments in international expansion are continuing to drive incremental growth, as we increase international revenue by 20% year-over-year primarily from the United Kingdom. Looking at some additional business metrics that continue to contribute to grow in revenue and favorable economics. Overall, average monthly service revenue per business customer was $506, growing 11% year-over-year. The average monthly service revenue per mid-market and enterprise customer grew more than 9% to $5,211. In Q3, we had a balanced mix of both new customer logos and upsells and cross-sells within our existing customer base of roughly 50% each.

Customer churn continues to be relatively modest on both the dollar and customer account basis with annual dollar retention rates, which include upsells, well over 100% across all business segments. This reflects our continued customer satisfaction and the impact of our strong deployment and customer support teams. One of the key attributes of our SaaS financial model is our strong and consistent gross margin. The lions share of our revenue has seen consistent non-GAAP service margin in the past seven quarters of 83% to 84%.

Importantly, as we continue to invest in lead gen, go-to-market and channel we're also taking a disciplined approach to managing our spend. With that perspective looking at our Q3 non-GAAP operating expenses, let's start with sales and marketing. Sequentially we had a similar amount of spend in Q3 with sales and marketing expense at 61% of revenue. From a high level perspective, we continue to invest in driving growth through more effective top of funnel lead gen, channel execution and conversion rates, where we're looking to drive continued increases in new logo pipeline and additions, higher sales rep productivity and continued customer penetration. For the current Q4, we anticipate a marginally lower year-over-year increase in non-GAAP sales and marketing expenses for about 19%.

Turning to R&D, our investment strategy has been central to building our single tech platform leadership and competitive advantage and we're seeing this in our win rates. R&D expense was approximately 15% of revenue in Q3, as we continued our investment in products innovation, talent and X platform features and functionality. Finishing our OpEx, non-GAAP G&A costs in Q3 were 9% of revenue, up marginally 4% year-over-year and consistent with the past four quarters, as we continue to appropriately manage expenses, as we scale the business. As a reminder, on a GAAP basis, G&A includes a charge of $1.5 million in Q3 related to US sales tax obligations on our customers behalf. For the current Q4, we would expect a similar GAAP sales tax charge.

Putting this all together, Q3 non-GAAP pre-tax net loss was $4.2 million, excluding Jitsi related operating expenses of approximately $1.2 million, and better than our October outlook for Q3 of a $5 million to $6 million loss.

With that, let's turn to our third point on the 8x8 model and financial results coming out of Q3, which is a compelling operational and financial path in front of us that we expect to drive continued revenue growth and increasing stockholder value. We're committed to continuing to drive growth. As Vik noted, we're adding between 50 basis points and 75 basis points of sequential improvement in year-on-year revenue growth every quarter, and we expect that to continue going forward.

We also continue to see 25% adjusted service revenue growth as an achievable milestone on our growth path, albeit, we're admittedly about two quarters behind where we thought we'd be. And so considering all this, our financial outlook for Q4 fiscal 2019 is as follows; we anticipate service revenue to be in the range of $88.6 million to $89.6 million, this equates to a year-over-year growth of between 18% and 19%. Excluding DXI and constant currency, we expect service revenue growth to be in the range of 22% to 23%, and we anticipate non-GAAP pre-tax loss for Q4 to be in the range of $7 million to $8 million, excluding approximately $600,000 related to Jitsi operations.

As you would expect full year fiscal 2019 outlook is simply the math of our first three quarters actual results, plus our Q4 outlook and applies outlook for the full year fiscal 2019 as follows. We anticipate service revenue to be in the range of $334 million to $335 million, representing 19% to 20% year-over-year growth. Excluding DXI revenue, and again constant currency basis, we expect service revenue growth for the full fiscal year to be approximately 22%. We anticipate total revenue for fiscal 2019 to be in the range of $351 million to $352 million, representing 18% to 19% year-over-year growth.

And finally, we anticipate non-GAAP pre-tax loss for the full year 2019 to be approximately $19 million, not including approximately $2 million in expenses related to Jitsi. As it relates to our fiscal 2020, which begins April 1st, 2019, we're working on refining all of that now on our fourth quarter, and we look forward to sharing that with you consistent with our historical practice on the Q4 earnings call in the mid-May 2019 time frame. We expect at that time to also introduce some new business, SaaS and operating metrics which we plan to discuss more on our next earnings call.

In closing, we're confident that we're addressing our go-to-market execution issues quickly and effectively. We're oriented around driving the business and managing our spend responsibly, and we continue to have confidence in monetizing the opportunity in front of us and our path of continued sequential quarterly revenue growth going forward.

With that we appreciate your time and support, and we're glad to open the call for any questions. Operator?

Questions and Answers:

Operator

(Operator Instructions) The first question comes from the line of Will Power of Baird. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

William Power -- Robert W. Baird & Co -- Analyst

Great. Thanks for taking the question. I guess a couple -- I guess, Vik maybe just coming back to the change in outlook with 25% services revenue growth, I think, a lot of confidence over the course of the quarter at conferences, investor meetings like that, that you'd achieved based on the trends you were seeing through the quarter. So I guess I'm just -- I think investors try to understand when that trajectory changed and the key drivers of that I know you talked about the mid-market X Series in China, well, maybe just to go into a little bit more color on the bookings growth and the channel impact, then how -- and really how do you investors get confidence that you have those pieces now in place to accelerate still with that 25%, two-quarters later? There's a lot.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. I don't have certain look. That is the most important question. Yeah, annoying effect, so the most, I guess, politically correct way to say it. About late November, early December, we were starting still feel pretty good. And it came down to something as simple as, we had introduced X Series into enterprise and it was very well received. And then as we started to introduce it into the channel, as well as into mid-market, we found out we did a less than stellar job of basically enabling the tune with all the tools, the questions, the collateral material, et cetera. And I think, we just frankly underestimated the time it takes to basically bring an entire sales team up to speed on how to sell a much faster, much more package solution. So that was one.

And then on top of that, I brought on board quite a few amazing folks in the channel. And then as we grafted them onto the team, what became pretty obvious is, that we brought in a brand new channel team combined with the direct selling mid-market team as well as with channel partners and a brand new product introduction and that too, as I said the biggest impact was on deal velocity. We didn't lose these deals, but just in the process of generating the ability to close, the ability to do just a very simple basics of getting stuff in the hands of customers and channel partners, we did a less than stellar job. So It's -- it was a completely self-inflicted wound, but one that is relatively easy to address, it just will take us time.

William Power -- Robert W. Baird & Co -- Analyst

So maybe just to help us on the channel side, where are you then in that process? I guess maybe that's part of the key to getting confidence and accelerating that growth rate. I mean, are you now -- you have the number of people you need, and you have the full leadership team in place, where does that sit?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. No, actually, we have brought on board. I think, it was well north of 23 people were brought on board in channel over the course of about a quarter-and-a-half. And they have all the relevant relationships. The most interesting takeaway from our channel partners is, that they love X. They think it is a game changer, but the biggest problem we've had is the level of information and tools that they've had to go bring that to market has not been there. And then on top of that, the other part that became more and more clear because they told us the pent up demand is there, we've just not been there. So it is as simple as, and I think unfortunate business always comes down to blocking and tackling and in this particular case, it's not structural, it literally is, you have a brand-new product which is right for the market, the channel partners is the right selling motion for the mid-market, the channel partners are interested, they like it. We just did not do a good job of creating the right business flow, the business processes, as well as the training and enablement for our channel partners to bring that in front of that customers as quickly as possible. And it will take us -- as I said in the four-month to six-month time frame to fix, but the team is in place, the leadership is in place, and we made the relevant changes to make sure we drive that basic blocking and tackling execution.

William Power -- Robert W. Baird & Co -- Analyst

Okay, thank you.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Tim Horan of Oppenheimer. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Tim Horan -- Oppenheimer -- Analyst

Great. Could you just give me a little bit more detailed examples of what you mean, sorry, just a -- little confusing for me outside, where you're just not able to get quotes, or if you did sales, or you're just not able to provision those sales, or did you just not have the right marketing material, or you're having conflicts between your channel and your existing sales team? Thanks.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Frankly, a little bit of all of the above. So X, as you know, is a amalgamation of all our various products and it's much more package solution. The selling motion is much simpler than the original way that we used to basically build up our product. And then we brought on board a brand new channel team that has all the relevant relationships. And the way we integrated that channel team and enable them on X was probably less than ideal. And the relevant collateral material, the sales portal updated, so that the coding could happen in a much more high velocity manner, all of those things kind of played a part. So it fundamentally was a speed bump, not a directional change. We just needed to do better than we did and again it was not rocket science, it literally was the basic blocking and tackling of business that we actually stubbed our tone.

Tim Horan -- Oppenheimer -- Analyst

Got it. And then why would it take another six months to kind of correct that and what's that like -- what's the low-hanging fruit in improving that and are you seeing any results yet?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Actually we're starting to see the results now. I mean, it won't, it will take six months or so to get everything, humming the way it should, so that it's a fast moving engine. But the channel partners have pretty much made it very clear to us, that they think X, and I think you guys do the same channel checks that we do, but I think you'll find the same prevalence. People like X, they think it's fit for purpose. It does exactly what they needed to do. They just not want to know exactly how to quote it, how to train people on it, how to train their sales forces on it, how to train the masters and subs on it, and then make sure that 8x8 is easy to do business with. We have been not ideal to do business with, we just leveled the complexity and confusion that we have had in the past and those are things that should not have happened, they unfortunately did. It takes -- probably will take about four months to six months to make sure it gets addressed across the board.

Tim Horan -- Oppenheimer -- Analyst

Great. And then on the artificial intelligence side. Are you -- have you launched any product shed or when you think you might?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, there's a couple of upcoming announcements. I mean, and that is one of the interesting things about X that we have seen. People love the fact that in X, you get one stop shop for voice, video, as well as contact center. And then they like the fact that there is this underlying data that they can leverage to make decision support. We are seeing some very good logo wins, and over the next few weeks, you'll start to see increasing announcements in artificial intelligence. My initial focus though is, as I said, the very, very simple things, we launched a brand-new product, which is completely package, it is fit for purpose. We need all our systems to make it easy for our channel partners to be trained on them, quote them and our sales team to sell it as a packaged solution as opposed to the way they used to sell our legacy products.

Tim Horan -- Oppenheimer -- Analyst

Thank you.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Meta Marshall of Morgan Stanley. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Great. Just a question on the DXI and constant currency drag. It seems to be expanding though DXI is shrinking, and I understand that the pound was weaker kind of year-over-year. But can you just kind of levels that for us now like how big is DXI, what that -- how big that headwind was for DXI versus constant currency?

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Steve, do you want to take it, or I can?

Either way. So DXI used to be a couple of million per quarter in FY 2018 is under a million a quarter as of now. And so it's continuing to dip down. So it's dropped from as I said approximately $2 million a quarter as of FY 2018 to well under $1 million by Q4 of FY 2019.

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

And then on -- so the rest of this is constant currency, because pound doesn't seem, it's less than 10% different kind of than it was last year. So it just seems like a very big kind of discrepancy between the services headwind and the DXI -- ex-DXI constant currency headwind just any level of the constant currency drag?

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Hey, it's Steven. No, it is a question of maths at this point. Candidly there's -- there was more revenue at a much different valuation in the prior year and you have a much smaller amount to this point, roughly half in the current period. So the prior year impact ...

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

No, I understand the DXI piece. Just the constant currency piece, I guess, just seems to -- because the pound doesn't seem that much different than it was a year ago.

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

I mean, the -- we can go through -- follow up with you offline.

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Yeah, we can follow up afterwards.

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Yeah. But the math is easily traceable to the numbers we just put out and happy to go through it.

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Okay. And then just on kind of detecting things in November kind of December period, I mean, X Series has been out, since July. So I guess, is it just that deals kind of take four months to six months to work through like, I guess, I'm surprised you went to pick up on it kind of when X series was released and you started seeing initial sales. This kind of -- what is that difference between timing of X Series coming out and then detecting that you don't have enough kind of materials for the channel and partners to sell it?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

I'll take that one. So we launched X Series as you know, initially for enterprise. And the good news about enterprise is, it's a high touch sale, you've got SEs, you got very well trained AEs et cetera, and we had very, very good adoption. As we then migrated X Series to channel and mid-market, that was where we started to find out that the level of training material, et cetera was not as self evidence as it should have been. And so we started to see the deals come. It just took us longer to close them than we had anticipated. So just a deal velocity was -- what started to impact us. So the deal started to progress, but they didn't close by the end of the quarter as we had anticipated. So ...

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

And do you think those deals are -- yeah, I guess, as a follow-up there like -- go ahead.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. No, so I'll address in two ways. I think, I know, where you're heading with that one. So one, so think of it this way from an enterprise perspective look, I saw the right win rate. When I went into mid-market and to channel, it was clear that it needed to be much more of a high velocity less touch sales model, and all our materials, all our tools, et cetera we're not designed to be as hands off as they should have been for a much higher velocity sales model. The deals are progressing. And so we're feeling better about the quarter that's why you can kind of see our growth rate has been kind of -- despite all these execution challenges, the growth rate has been trending up every quarter by between 50 basis points to 75 basis points. And so I don't view these deals as gone. I view these deals just taking longer to close, and that was not what was anticipated. I model them closing much faster because that says everything's all bundled in. You don't have to go through a lot of machinations. And so from that perspective, the whole purpose of X was that it makes it -- it's think of it almost like a price fix menu with everything necessary for the customer to do their job, all bundled in versus having to go in and customize this, that or the other. So it should have been much faster. It wasn't and frankly, it was an execution issue on our part.

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Okay, great. Thanks, guys.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Dmitry Netis of Stephens. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Ryan Macwilliams -- Stephens Inc -- Analyst

Hi, guys. This is Ryan Macwilliams on for Dmitry.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Okay.

Ryan Macwilliams -- Stephens Inc -- Analyst

With the recent changes in the sales and marketing platform, how do you expect to slow down the pace of adding channel partners in the coming quarters? I have one follow up.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

No, other way around. I mean to some extent our problem, as I said, has been, we added channel partners, we didn't do a good job of enabling them on exactly how to sell X, and we didn't provide them the tools and the portals to go sell that and that transition from our regular products to essentially X, which required a lot more automation was not well handled, but it will not actually slow down the pace of adding channel partners. We expect that to accelerate, because now I have my channel team essentially in place, as I said, we brought on board, I think it's 23 people, 24 people over the course the channel managers and over the course of about a quarter-and-a-half, they've been gone through the training process, they've got all the relevant channel partners. We'll keep accelerating the pace of recruiting and the whole idea of X was 8x8 had been very good, have been able to provide a complete and perfect solution for enterprise the whole idea of X was to package everything together, so you dramatically increase the face of the selling motion. And I think that's where we did not do as good a job, but as we kind of continue that packaging, I think that pace of bringing channel partners on board accelerates.

Ryan Macwilliams -- Stephens Inc -- Analyst

Great. And then two quick ones. Sorry, if I missed this, but would you mind quantifying the win rate in the quarter versus competitors? And then if the installed base only moving up 5% quarter-over-quarter, how should we expect the timing of the cost rates moving over? And do you think there's an upsell opportunity there? Thanks.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

So, both. So let's start with the win rates head-to-head against our primary competitors is two out of three. And I like our chances. If we're in a deal, and it's a credible deal and we're in it, we will win two out of three and that's something I monitor personally on a weekly basis. Our problem has been, as I said making sure we have enough at bass, and the channel partners are telling us that there are enough at bass, they just didn't have all the tools necessary to quote ourself in a efficient manner. So that's item number one.

And then with regard to the installed base, we have not yet started the major migration process of our installed base. What we're doing is, I think, as we trend up, we're doing it very, very systematically over the course of the next four quarters to six quarters, where the entire installed base will move over to the X Series and probably six quarters from now, everybody will be on the X Series, it's approximately 15% of our installed base. And X absolutely represents an upsell opportunity because in essence you're able to have different gradations of capabilities. And as you can see more than 25% to 30% of the seats have additional capabilities than the core telephony, which was where if I came from. So from that perspective we see nontrivial upsell opportunities with X.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Josh Nichols of B. Riley. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Josh Nichols -- B. Riley & Co, LLC -- Analyst

Yeah, thanks for taking my question. I did want to ask more on the OpEx side, I see that the non-GAAP pre-tax losses come up a couple of quarters in a row now on the guide looking at the fiscal year. And just given the fact that you're looking about the two quarter lag to hit in your growth targets, should we expect that those are likely to continue to increase, or I'm just trying to think of a trajectory for the company's OpEx over the coming quarters?

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Sure, it's Steven. So from percentage of revenue, our basis, we see we talked about a modest uptick in Q4, mostly as a result of a little bit lower revenue than anticipated. Aggregate dollars will go up a bit, right, the two big investments that we're making, as I talked about right are around channel and lead gen. So we're continuing to invest in that for the next short period quarter's, but we expect to start driving leverage in that meaning, we expect that dollar basis to start increasing at a decreasing rate.

Josh Nichols -- B. Riley & Co, LLC -- Analyst

And I know you talked about it before, but I mean, the 25% sources revenue growth that was discussed is just kind of being like a little bit kind of as a way station, right, but not a final destination, I would assume. If that's still the case, I would assume you'd probably need to continue to invest to see any potential further acceleration growth. Is that a fair assumption. And is that still the company's longer term target?

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Yes, and yes, but the important point is the leverage we expect the garner in the model. Meaning, we will invest more aggregate dollars sequentially, quarter-over-quarter, but at a lower marginal increase. And so if you look at our bookings trajectory, as well as the absolute level, and as we've talked about, right, really targeting a 30% sustainable bookings growth rate, that will pretend with our model with a SaaS model that you would expect revenue increase to really come up and hit that rate over the next, call it several quarters to really hit that. But to your point, importantly, 25% is not the end result that's the milestone on the way and we're oriented around the 30% bookings growth, that now on a SaaS model will drive that revenue growth over time.

Josh Nichols -- B. Riley & Co, LLC -- Analyst

And then the company's had some good success historically in a couple of specific type verticals, when we go after these, but just regarding the X Series and some of the hiccups for the sales issues, was that more broad-based that you're seeing, or were there any specific areas like retail or healthcare that were particularly weaker or causing a little bit more of the drag, just trying to get a little bit better handle on that?

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Okay, if not, I'll take that one. So it's kind of -- we almost got the reverse Gaussian curve, small businesses starting to take off in the right direction and that's continuing to execute and X has been well received there. Enterprise continues to do well, and X is done well there. It's been a mid-market, which is the whole higher velocity sales motion with the level of automation and self service and other tools like that, that we probably laid an egg on, and the idea there is, it's not broad-based as in size or by vertical, and in terms of it really is got to do with the fact that where we leverage the channel, we did not do a good job of enabling our channel managers, our channel partners and our sales people to basically sell X for the high velocity mid market and we've started to see that change. It's more around the selling motion than anything else.

Josh Nichols -- B. Riley & Co, LLC -- Analyst

Thank you. That's it for me.

Operator

(Operator Instructions) Your next question comes from the line of Jonathan Kees of Summit Insights. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Jonathan Kees -- Summit Insights -- Analyst

Great. I'm going to take a different tact, and I guess commend you guys for taking ownership of this issue saying execution throughout this earning season so far we're hearing a lot about companies blaming everything from China to the government shutdown. Now with that said though, if this is indeed mid-market execution issues here, what macro issues have you concerned? You haven't mentioned anything, you're not saying there's anything right now that's bothering you in terms of the market -- market trends are still strong. What's bothering you in terms of -- or could be on horizon in terms of macro headwinds? Now you are exposed to UK. So there's Brexit and there's -- you already have currency issues there too. So I guess -- talk to me in terms of what could be on the horizon there in terms of macros?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Fair enough. Jonathan, that is actually pretty funny, because in a somewhat gallow humorous kind of way because I was hoping to be able to blame China or government shutdown or something else. And unfortunately, when we looked in the mirror, it literally was. We screwed up on the basic blocking and tackling of taking a brand new product, combining it with a brand-new channel team, bringing it to our channel partners and making it simple and easy for them to sell. So unfortunately, that was the issue and there's nobody to blame, but ourselves.

From a macro point of view, I'm not seeing any change. As a matter of fact, we're seeing that -- I think the thing you have heard from me as a common refrain has always been we need more at best. When we're in the deal -- I win two out of three deals, that continues to be the case. We're now finding out where those deals work and why we were not in it. And to a large degree there were channel partners in some instances, there are other areas that we've been able to identify sources of demand that I think as we get our act together and particularly with X and the ability to do high velocity selling with X. We feel pretty damn bullish about it. But from a Brexit point of view, I don't anticipate any issues. I view that has just some noise. I think all the macro fundamentals are all fine. The market is fine. The demand is there. Our product is fit for purpose. We just shot ourselves in the foot and the goal is to kind of own up to it, fix it, get better, keep getting better.

Jonathan Kees -- Summit Insights -- Analyst

Okay. If I can squeeze in one more here. Can you -- especially with your stock pullback, can you update us, in terms of your stock buyback program?

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Sure. We have total program authorized $25 million, and I believe, we have not done anything in the past year on that, and we have the capacity right now have of approximately $7 million.

Jonathan Kees -- Summit Insights -- Analyst

Great. Thanks. Good luck guys.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

And I'll add one more Jonathan. As you know from time-to-time -- I have been a net buyer of our stock over the years and I have not sold a single share, it is not my intent to do that anymore. And at the appropriate time and subject to the right open window, I will continue to be a buyer in dips.

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

Actually people are noticing that Vikram, I noticed that too. That's good.

Operator

Your next question comes from line of Nikolay Beliov of Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Jacqueline Cheong -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Hi, this is actually Jacqueline Cheong on for Nikolai. I have a couple of questions regarding the X Series. Are you seeing a change in win rates with the X Series and how disruptive is the process of upgrading your install base to the X Series?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

So two things; we have seen our win rate with the X Series go from one out of three to two out of three against major competitor. So that is telling me X is exactly fit for purpose. I don't anticipate the transition of our install base to be disrupted at all with the X Series because the idea is, we will give them additional capabilities than what they have today for comparable prices. And so the goal is to just make it completely seamless and do it over four quarters to six quarters, so there's no impact. But X is exactly what we have worked over the last four years to get. And as I said the way we rolled out X, and I think Meta had asked this question early on, we did it in a very systematic manner, we rolled it out initially with enterprise, everything was positive, but that was a high touch environment with enterprise and then where we discovered where we had some weaknesses in our sales enablement, selling motion, training, et cetera, et cetera, was when we got to mid-market and channel, but that's what we are addressing right now. And frankly, it's not been an issue with small business, small businesses starting to evolve to X relatively easily, because it's relatively simple. It's more mid-market and channel that we need to address the selling motion, the tools and everything that we can do to actually increase the velocity of sales, but from a win rate perspective, that is -- the whole purpose of going to X is to dramatically change our win rate, which is what we're seeing.

Jacqueline Cheong -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

If I can squeeze in a quick one. Are there any new features in X Series that customers like the most and what are they?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

So, I mean, frankly, the biggest thing is the ability to have every think all integrated together, particularly the contact center. The fact that you have a content and you'll start to see us make a bigger and bigger push in contact center because what's becoming pretty evident is we essentially as part of X have a complete and fully formed contact center that is competitive with all the leaders in the contact center pace today, except we bundle in telephony and presence and that should give us significant advantage. In addition to that we have a lot of data analytics reporting and now with Jitsi we will be introducing video conferencing this is a team we brought from Atlassian will be introducing video conferencing tightly integrated into X series and it will be unveiled at Enterprise Connect end of march and it will be generally available by end of June, July, August time frame and I think that again the ability to have state-of-the-art telephony combined with state-of-the-art contact center combined with state-of-the-art video conferencing with the underlying data and analytics is essentially in four bundles or so, is the whole brilliance of X. We just have to do a good job of getting that out to market, getting that in the hands of our channel partner, enabling them and I think we're off to the races.

Operator

Okay, thank you. Your next question comes from line of Rich Valera of Needham and Company. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Rich Valera -- Needham and Company -- Analyst

Thank you. Vik, when we talked about what was going to enable you to see the kind of quarterly acceleration into the fourth quarter to hit that 25% bogey? You'd said that you had a lot of seed sort of in backlog from prior orders that already been closed. And that the ease of deployment of the X Series was going to enable you to do some sort of rapid deployment of already won business. So is that still true? And given that dynamic is just sort of surprising to see things slip out two quarters on some soft booking. So just wondered if you could comment on that. Thanks.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, no, still true. And as a matter of fact, look, the bookings are less than happiness. I mean, we had a 50% bookings for mid market enterprise Q2. And obviously 13% this quarter is a major disappointment. Despite that, you're seeing a sequential increase, continuing off of approximately 50 basis points to 75 basis points. That is because of the faster pace of deployment and the ease of X. The whole purpose of X was the ability to deploy to mid-market very quickly. So you can even start to collect revenue in quarter, that slipped out a little bit because of lighter than expected bookings. But I think it's a temporary blip and will come out on the other side. And again it's a self inflicted wound which is what I'm really annoyed about. But in the end, I think it's one of those things where you fix it, you get better and you move on.

Rich Valera -- Needham and Company -- Analyst

Okay, thanks for that, Vik.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of George Sutton of Craig Hallum. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

George Sutton -- Craig Hallum -- Analyst

Hi, sorry to belabor the call, but you mentioned Vik, that the leading indicators had told you there were some issues and I'm just curious if you could be a little more granular about what those leading issues were. And you mentioned that the early indications are that the changes you've made have improved things. I'm curious if you can give us the leading indicators you're seeing from that angle?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. No, I think it was just a deal progression. We monitor deal progression and going from different stages and we saw deal fit in like the quoting stage and there was a lot of back and forth on quoting and questions that we thought would have been self evident, and questions about features that should have been obvious that kept going back and forth and necessitated multiple meetings and that's when we started to -- our antenna start to go up and say, we have not done a good job of enabling our channel team as well as our various sales executives. And so that was where we started to see around late, mid, probably late November, mid-December, that the deals were taking us longer and there was a lot of back and forth and questions on what should have been very obvious, very basic stuff. So that was the number one issue.

The second one, and look, this is always embarrassing to some extent. We did a listening tour with all our channel partners. And the great thing about our channel partners, we got some phenomenal channel partners, and they were very honest with us. They said, X is fit for purpose, they just didn't have all the tools necessary to sell it. They thought our team -- our own team was not totally aware of all the capabilities of our product and that our tools were harder to do business with and the velocity was missing. That's hard to hear, but I'd rather hear it, and we started to hear that late December, early January time frame. And so we're going to address it head on. We brought the right folks in. We kind of made some process and org changes, and we'll go address it, because in essence the channel partners very clear. You have made it easy for us. We would have been able to get you dramatically more business and what we were able to get to you and so you go well, self-inflicted wound. But the good news is, you can address those.

Rich Valera -- Needham and Company -- Analyst

This is a quick follow up to that, are any of those channel partners looking at other potential vendors as a result of these issues?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Other way around. They are actually viewing X as the answer to a lot of the turmoil that is happening in the market. I think you sent me a note some time ago about how we pick the right vision three years, four years ago, that everything is going to converge toward basically, contact center, video conferencing, as well as telephony as part of one platform. Gartner, as you know, has just most recently Gartner rid of their UC category and now is only UCaaS and CCaaS, which means cloud is mainstream. And two in order to be part of that you have to have a full stack of UCaaS and CCaaS solution bundled together. So channel partners are viewing us as the safe bet, because they're going, "Hey, with all the turmoil happening and shifting alliances, you're one of the few guys that we know own your own technology and basically I here to stay. And so they were disappointed in our ability to give them all the information necessary to quote, but therefore I think we were not in deal that we should have been in, and candidly, once we're in those deals I like our chances.

George Sutton -- Craig Hallum -- Analyst

That's it. Thank you.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Matt Van Vliet of Stifel. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Matt Van Vliet -- Stifel -- Analyst

Yes, thanks for taking my question. I guess looking at some of the channel conflict issues that -- I think you sort of briefly touched on, but was curious what changes or organizational shifts have you made around especially the mid-market to enable that but also understand that your existing salesforce has their jobs to do?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Very simple. Basically combining the direct sales team and the channel team with essentially common quotas, common goals, common and a very tight leadership rhythm at the top and it's compensation drives behavior and then on top of that, creating essentially processes by which channel partner or channel managers as well as our sales executive visit channel together on a very, very tightly integrated, do deals reviews together et cetera. Again as I said, the part that is annoying about this is very basic blocking and tackling, and so we should not have stubbed our toe, but the reality is we did. So the goal is to address it head on. And as I said we made a few changes at different levels of the organization and as well as processes and we are starting to see the benefits of that. I like the team we have. We have got some amazing folks and they were honest about telling us where we were not doing a good job as an organization, and I'm very grateful to our channel partners for being completely blunt with us about the opportunity we had and the way we kind of stubbed our toe and what we needed to do to get better, and we'll address it.

Matt Van Vliet -- Stifel -- Analyst

And then you obviously added quite a few partners to the community this quarter, and even last quarter. I'm just curious, if you could give us a little bit more of a geographic mix or targeted customer sized mix of the type of partners that you've added recently versus maybe what the system had in it before?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Increasingly our focus is on channel partners that can bring us mid-market deals, which is anywhere from 250 seats all the way up to 2,000 seats, 3,000 seats. We have done a great job on the really large deals and we keep winning those large deals because our product is ultimately configurable, which means we win the very, very large enterprise deals, but those are high touch. The goal was -- we need to get that engine for mid-market which is the 250 to 2,000 seats really accelerating with a relatively lower touch model and as much automation, self service, et cetera and that's the area and we have targeted channel partners who can bring -- who have that kind of customer base and the goal is to enable them so that they can all be successful.

Matt Van Vliet -- Stifel -- Analyst

All right, great. Thank you.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Mike Latimore of Northland Capital Markets. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Mike Latimore -- Northland Capital Markets -- Analyst

Great, thank you. In terms of the migration of the base, is there any note of all sort of incremental costs that would go with that?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Relatively, de minimis. I mean, the whole idea is to automate it as much as possible and that's why we've been very systematic about it. The goal is that every existing customer will get more than what they have at a price that is comparable to what they paid today, and then the ability for them to have a lot more self service automation et cetera will be a huge enhancement on top of that. But we don't anticipate any major cause X was designed, so that it would be able to be migrated to our entire install base the goal is to do it systematically and stretch it out over four quarters to six quarters.

Mike Latimore -- Northland Capital Markets -- Analyst

All right. And then in terms of just the larger deals that you've won the past few quarters are the deployments of those generally on track? Is that --

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, those deployments are going -- look, we've got because of the newer platform, deployments are faster across the board every element of the company has gotten better, right. So if you think about it, despite what I consider very light bookings for Q3, the company is continuing to sequentially increase growth rate by between 50 basis points and 75 basis points every quarter, and that's primarily because of execution. And but ultimately to me, I want to start seeing the bookings grow sustainably because then you're off to the races, because now you can deploy much faster, and if you can see sustainable growth in bookings particularly in the mid-market, then as I said, you get that extra one to two percentage points increases in growth rate by quarter, which is what I was targeting as opposed to the 50 basis points to 75 basis points, which I'm settling for right now.

Mike Latimore -- Northland Capital Markets -- Analyst

And are you assuming that sort of implied in that kind of revenue growth rate improvements that you get back to the 30% bookings growth relatively soon here?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

In the not too distant future in terms of bookings, yeah, I mean, the intent is again, I'm buying myself four months to six months to make sure that the stubbing of toe that I did kind of gets addressed systemically, so that it's sustainable and we don't just have a one shot, one quarter it's great and that's unfortunately been asked right. We have a great quarter followed by a so-so quarter, followed by a great quarter, followed by a so-so quarter, and so the goal is, how do you sustainably keep increasing bookings quarter-over-quarter so that the engine is cooking. And that's the whole purpose behind X Series, and that's the whole purpose behind the selling motion that we're trying to create. And that's the target that we're getting toward, which is the 30% sustainable bookings growth.

Mike Latimore -- Northland Capital Markets -- Analyst

Okay, thanks.

Operator

Your next question comes from line of Jack Rohkohl, Dougherty. Please go ahead. Your line is open.

Jack Rohkohl -- Dougherty & Company LLC -- Analyst

Hey, guys. Jack on for Catherine Trebnick. Just two quick questions. First, if you could go into your international presence a little more specifically, your penetration in APAC? And secondly, what's your road map or current progress for selling X Series internationally?

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

X is available -- the intent is to make X available everywhere. It's already available in the UK. And I think in the not too distant future, it will be available in both ANZ, basically Australia and New Zealand in Q1 time frame, as well as Asia Pacific. But it is currently available US, as well as UK, as well as Continental Europe, and then ANZ by end of Q1. And so X will be the only product that we will sell, everything will basically gets exhumed under X. And then as I said over the next four quarters to six quarters, we will get our entire install base shifted out over to X. And so that's essentially what we're targeting.

Jack Rohkohl -- Dougherty & Company LLC -- Analyst

And from a financial standpoint, we've talked about international being roughly just north of 10% of our revenue, it's probably 2x that and so far as our new bookings. And so we're seeing nice growth overseas.And so we would expect that to continue to edge up as that becomes a larger and larger portion of the base over time.

Got it. Thanks.

Operator

There are no further questions at this time. I'd like to turn the call over to Vik Verma for closing remarks.

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

So, thank you folks for attending our Q3 FY 2019 earnings call. I think both Steve and I will be on the road over the next few weeks to months, so that we have an opportunity to interface with several of you. We look forward to your continued support and look forward to answering any questions that you may have. And we will have some significant announcements and a big presence at Enterprise Connect, which is around the March time frame in Orlando. And I think you guys will have an opportunity to see X Series in all its glory and get a sense of why we're so excited about it. Thank you again.

Operator

This concludes today's conference call. You may now disconnect.

Duration: 67 minutes

Call participants:

Victoria Hyde-Dunn -- Senior Director, Investor Relations

Vik Verma -- Chief Executive Officer

Steven Gatoff -- Chief Financial Officer

William Power -- Robert W. Baird & Co -- Analyst

Tim Horan -- Oppenheimer -- Analyst

Meta Marshall -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Ryan Macwilliams -- Stephens Inc -- Analyst

Josh Nichols -- B. Riley & Co, LLC -- Analyst

Jonathan Kees -- Summit Insights -- Analyst

Jacqueline Cheong -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Rich Valera -- Needham and Company -- Analyst

George Sutton -- Craig Hallum -- Analyst

Matt Van Vliet -- Stifel -- Analyst

Mike Latimore -- Northland Capital Markets -- Analyst

Jack Rohkohl -- Dougherty & Company LLC -- Analyst

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