About 5 years ago Amy Marr & myself started to take a look at our Healthcare marketplace and it really seemed as if it was a marketplace that was untapped and had a lot of a lot of potential for the future of our organization. There was a lot of hard work that had to go into the beginning of the healthcare environment a lot of our competitors tried to jump in, and SMG3 has been able to withstand the ups and downs of our customers and develop a strong alliance with Zebra Technologies. But we also were able to develop a strong Android deployment strategy, and when Nico had really pushed the organization to understand Android it completely aligned with our Healthcare initiatives and understanding how our customers need to incorporate their mobile technology, specifically the Zebra TC51 into their Enterprise, and that is really been a game-changer for us. So since we have what I like to call the “stick-to-itiveness” which I think is a very important quality, not only in a business, but also an important quality in an individual. We’ve been able to stem the tide and now we are excellent in our Android Strategy, our focus on Healthcare, our applications and our value add to our customers. It is unprecedented what we can do now, from conception to delivery of a working product. The number one differentiator that SMG offers to our Healthcare marketplace is we are perfect, in delivering a device that doesn’t have any problems, that works seamlessly on the network. The voice works, the secure texting works, the nurse call works, the EHR works, all on the device. If a nurse, or clinician sees a device or a medical device as a problem, they won’t use it, right. They need to see it as an advocate and an avenue to better patient care. When we set out, and started SMG, it was never to be this really cool mobile computer company, selling barcode scanners right we wanted to impact our clients, we wanted to make a difference. Well SMG3Rx does that, we make a difference.