Paylocity Holding Corp (PCTY) Q1 2021 Earnings Call Transcript

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Paylocity Holding Corp (NASDAQ:PCTY)
Q1 2021 Earnings Call
Nov 5, 2020, 5:00 p.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by, and welcome to the Paylocity Q1 Fiscal Year 2021 Earnings Conference Call. [Operator Instructions] Please be advised that today’s conference is being recorded [Operator Instructions]

I would now like to hand the conference over to your speaker today, Ryan Glenn, Vice President of FP&A and Investor Relations. Thank you. Please go ahead, sir.

Ryan GlennVice President-FP&A and Investor Relations

Good afternoon, and welcome to Paylocity’s earnings results call for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021, which ended on September 30, 2020. I’m Ryan Glenn, Vice President of FP&A and Investor Relations, and joining me on the call today is Steve Beauchamp. CEO of Paylocity; and Toby Williams, CFO of Paylocity. Today, we will be discussing the results announced in our press release issued after the market closed. A webcast replay of this call will be available for the next 45 days on our website under the Investor Relations tab. Before beginning, we must caution you that today’s remarks, including statements made during the question-and-answer session, contain forward-looking statements. These statements are subject to numerous important factors, risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from the results implied by these or other forward-looking statements. Also, these statements are based solely on the present information and are subject to risks and uncertainties that can cause actual results to differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For additional information, please refer to our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the risk factors contained therein and other disclosures. We do not undertake any duty to update any forward-looking statements.

Also, during the course of today’s call, we will refer to certain non-GAAP financial measures. We believe that non-GAAP measures are more representative of how we internally measure the business, and there’s a reconciliation schedule detailing these results currently available in our press release, which is located on our website at paylocity.com under the Investor Relations tab and filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Please note that we are unable to reconcile any forward-looking non-GAAP financial measure to the directly comparable GAAP financial measure because the information, which is needed to complete a reconciliation, is unavailable at this time without unreasonable effort. In regard to our upcoming conference schedule, Toby and I will attend the 2020 RBC Capital Markets Virtual Conference on November 17, and Steve and Toby will attend the 23rd Annual Needham Virtual Growth Conference on January 12. Please let me know if you’d like to schedule time with us at either of these events.

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

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Thank you, Ryan, and thanks to all of you for joining us on our first quarter fiscal 2021 earnings call. We are off to a nice start in fiscal 2021, all things considered with first quarter total revenue of $135.8 million, an increase of 7.2% versus the same quarter last fiscal year and coming in $2.3 million above the midpoint of our guidance despite continued COVID-related headwinds. Recurring and other revenue grew by 10.7%, and we continue to be pleased with our sales performance across each of our segments amid a still challenging macroeconomic environment. While we are not fully back to the significant overperformance we saw in the first nine months of last fiscal year pre-COVID when we saw a 40% year-over-year increase in started sales, we continue to be pleased with our new sales activity and have gained momentum coming into selling season. September came in even stronger than July, which was one of our best sales months ever, and October was our single best new sales month in our history.

Our sales team have successfully pivoted to a virtual selling environment over the last two quarters, and we are very pleased with the effectiveness of these efforts and overall sales activity levels. Our success in virtual selling has been driven by improved website performance and digital lead generation, use of video throughout the sales cycle as well as an increased multimedia connection points, including podcast and webinars. Channel referrals, primarily from benefit brokers and financial advisors, once again represented more than 25% of new business for the first quarter, led by increased use of virtual broker connection activities, events and virtual gatherings that helped us maintain the strong source of referrals. Adjusted EBITDA for the first quarter was $30.9 million or 22.7% margin, which exceeded the midpoint of our guidance by $10.9 million. We are pleased with our ability to be efficient with operational and G&A costs, while we remain focused on incremental investments in research and development and sales and marketing initiatives in fiscal 2021 in order to ensure we are well positioned to regain our growth momentum once we return to a more normalized macroeconomic environment. In September, we held our annual Elevate Client Conference, where we hosted a record number of attendees, while shifting to a virtual format that provided more flexibility for clients to take in all aspects of the conference. General sessions included discussion of our product road map and how our platform can help companies overcome HCM challenges while breakout sessions focused on the needs of the modern workforce, including employee collaboration, communication, learning and other trends in the HCM industry. The key theme of the conference was our commitment to providing innovative software that appeals to the modern workforce.

The changing landscape of work, which includes much of the professional world working remotely, has resulted in companies looking for ways to engage with their employees and provide opportunities to connect with coworkers in a more meaningful and efficient way. To that end, we recently announced the release of Premium Video, which will give clients the ability to record, upload and embed videos across our HCM product suite, giving them the ability to communicate more effectively with employees and prospective employees. Within Community, our social collaboration platform, users can upload or record companywide video announcements for heightened exposure and engagement. Video capabilities in our Performance Journals product allows users to record and share highlights with their managers via video outside of routine check-ins. In our Recruiting product, recruiters can swap words for video on their career pages and in job postings, making the hiring process more personal for candidates.

The launch of Premium Video will increase our PEPY from $400 to $420, and we remain confident and committed to reaching our target PEPY of $500. We continue to believe video will play an increasingly critical role in transforming workplace communication and collaboration, and we are excited to leverage our video capabilities more broadly throughout our HCM product suite. In addition to Premium Video, during the quarter, we announced the addition of next-generation touchless time clocks within our workforce management product. To support a safe and healthy return to the workplace, these time clocks offer real-time touch-free temperature scanning with customizable attestations that facilitate an assessment of symptoms and wellness. We believe the addition of these next-generation time clocks to our workforce management suite reinforces our commitment to helping clients navigate the COVID-19 crisis, while providing flexible solutions that work best for modern workplaces. Our commitment to product development, including sustained investment in R&D, continues to be a key differentiator in the marketplace. We believe we offer the most modern platform in the market of more than one million businesses with between 10 and 1,000 employees in the U.S. We remain committed to providing industry-leading software by both expanding our product suite and adding features and functionality to existing products. I would now like to pass the call to Toby to review the quarter’s results in detail and provide updated guidance.

Toby J. WilliamsChief Financial Officer

Thanks, Steve. Before reviewing our results, I would like to congratulate Steve on recently being named one of the 25 highest-rated CEOs during the COVID-19 crisis in the U.S. by Glassdoor, coming in at number 11. Congrats, Steve, well deserved. On our results, total revenue for Q1 was $135.8 million, an increase of 7.2% with recurring and other revenues, up 10.7% from the same period last year. As Steve noted, we were pleased to come in $2.3 million above the midpoint of our guidance despite the anticipated COVID-19-related and interest rate-related headwinds. Our adjusted gross profit was 69.4% for Q1, down from the year ago period given the COVID-19 and interest rate-related revenue headwinds. We continue to make significant investments in research and development. And to understand our overall investment in R&D, it is important to combine both what we expense and what we capitalize. On a combined non-GAAP basis, total R&D investments were 17.3% of revenue in Q1. And on a dollar basis, our year-over-year investment in total R&D increased by 21.8%. On a non-GAAP basis, sales and marketing expenses were 24.5% of revenue in Q1, as we remain focused on making incremental investments in this area of our business in fiscal ’21. On a non-GAAP basis, G&A costs were 13.6% of revenue in Q1 versus 15% in Q1 of last fiscal year, and we remain focused on consistently leveraging our G&A expenses on an annual basis.

Our adjusted EBITDA was $30.9 million or 22.7% of revenue for the quarter, which exceeded our guidance by $10.9 million at the midpoint. We remain committed to progressing toward our adjusted EBITDA target of 30% to 35% of revenue once we return to a normalized macroeconomic environment. Covering our GAAP results for the quarter. Gross profit was $86.4 million. Operating income was $3.4 million and net income was $12.5 million. In regard to the balance sheet, we ended the quarter with cash, cash equivalents and invested corporate cash of $242.7 million. We’re pleased with our performance in Q1, which included another strong quarter for our sales team, helping us beat the top end of our revenue guidance. From a cost perspective, we remain focused on incremental investments to drive growth, while also identifying opportunities to demonstrate scale in operational and G&A costs, and we’re happy with the progress we made to that end in Q1. In regard to client-held funds and interest income, our average daily balance of client funds was $1.2 billion in Q1. We are estimating the average daily balance will be approximately $1.3 billion in Q2, and we assume an average yield of approximately seven to 10 basis points in the second quarter. Before reviewing guidance, I would like to provide some additional context on the current operating environment. As Steve mentioned, we have been pleased with the performance of our sales team this year and this past quarter. We have also been pleased with our momentum around new product development and the way our platform is resonating in the market. And though we have seen an improvement from the depths of the pandemic, including mild improvements in the number of employees on the platform, COVID-19-related headwinds continued to have a double-digit impact on recurring revenue growth. Finally, I’d like to provide our financial guidance for Q2, which incorporates known and some estimated impacts related to COVID-19. In regard to employees per client, our Q2 guidance incorporates the mild improvements we have seen through October but no further increases during the remainder of the quarter. For the second quarter of fiscal ’21, total revenue is expected to be in the range of $141 million to $145 million or approximately 7% to 10% growth over second quarter fiscal ’20 total revenue. And adjusted EBITDA is expected to be in the range of $26.5 million to $29.5 million. In conclusion, we are pleased with our Q1 results, particularly in the context of the current operating environment, and we remain committed to investing in the business to ensure we are well positioned to regain our momentum once we return to a more normalized macroeconomic environment.

Operator, we’re now ready for questions. Thank you.

Questions and Answers:

Operator

[Operator Instructions] And our first question comes from the line of Brian Peterson with Raymond James. Great. Your line is now open.

Aleksandr J. ZukinRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

This is Alex Sklar on for Brian. We obviously heard a lot on the product side coming out of your Elevate Conference. And I wanted to ask about some of the early feedback from your sales force coming out of the virtual conference this year. How have the product releases been received? And it sounds like you’ve done a lot on the virtual sales enablement front. Is there any more tweaking still to be done on that inside sales motion? Or do you think you’ve had enough time passed here where we should continue to see sales velocity improve from here?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes, I’ll take the last part first. We’ve been really pleased with the performance of the sales team and the switch to complete virtual selling. I think as a reminder, our sales folks did operate from their home offices to start with. They were definitely used to being on-site with customers, and so there definitely was a bit of a transition, but they were used to being remote. And a lot of the process was already very virtual, including the implementation process. So it was a shift for us. The team has done a great job, really. We certainly moved some of our marketing focus to digital, and that’s been very effective. The team themselves has really done a great job using some of the video capabilities to interact with clients asynchronously throughout the sales process. So I would say that we’ve made big improvements there. We’re really happy with the sales momentum. It doesn’t mean you can’t always get better. I think that’s always our mentality, but we’re really pleased with the trajectory for the sales team as a whole. I think to your first question, I do believe that our focus on being the most modern platform, products like Community, the addition of Premium Video, all really resonates well in the marketplace. And the recent experience of people in the pandemic, having to have more employees work from home is just further acceleration in that trend.

Aleksandr J. ZukinRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

All right. Great. And one for Toby. Just a really significant EBITDA beat this quarter. I’m just wondering if you could help parse out if there was any piece of that upside around planned investments that just haven’t materialized yet and are still to come or just better-than-expected revenue performance and efficiency gains?

Toby J. WilliamsChief Financial Officer

Yes, it’s a good question. I think — and I think it’s a little bit of a few different things, some of which you mentioned. I think there is some level of timing there, certainly some revenue overperformance, which drops right down. And then I think there’s some elements of just the environment which we’ve seen also from a cost sort of reduction or cost control standpoint relative to T&E being a lot lower and things like that. So I think it’s a mix of those types of elements in the quarter.

Aleksandr J. ZukinRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

All right. Great. Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. And our next question comes from the line of Mark Marcon with Baird. Your line is now open.

Mark Steven MarconRobert W. Baird — Analyst

Hey, good afternoon. And congrats on the results. Wondering if you can just talk a little bit about the headwind that you are seeing right now. If you compare it on a per employee basis, just how much of a head — how much — you mentioned — you noted it’s a double-digit drag. But can you be a little bit more precise with regards to how much of a drag you’re seeing, both from the combined effect of the lower interest rates as well as the lower number of employees per client?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. So the double-digit impact from COVID is really ex interest. So we obviously break out interest revenue, so you can see directly what that impact is from the reduced rate cuts. But excluding the impact from interest rates, on recurring revenue and other, we’re seeing about a double-digit impact. And most of that double-digit impact is really coming from the fact that clients have less employees on the platform. And so that’s directionally, I think, the way to think about it. There’s always other things in there that make up the difference, but I would be mostly focused on the fact that our clients just have less employees on the platform. And we saw a little bit of growth in that number in October, but it’s very, very small and mild. And if you look at it over the last few months, it’s fairly flat to just slightly up.

Mark Steven MarconRobert W. Baird — Analyst

And how are you thinking about the fall in terms of the number of employees per client? I’m imagining in areas like Chicago, where restaurants are going to be dealing with the colder weather, there might be some that are going to be a little bit more challenged. How much of an impact are you expecting there?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. So I think we’re trying to avoid forecasting the pandemic in our numbers because that obviously would be very challenging. And so as Toby, I think, said in the prepared remarks, we took what we saw in October into consideration. And then we looked at the rest of the quarter and assumed a relatively flat environment in terms of putting together our guidance.

Mark Steven MarconRobert W. Baird — Analyst

Okay. And then with regards to just the uptake with regards to Premium Video, I know it’s really early days, but what are you seeing from that? How’s the response been?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. So we launched it to our sales force, and they’re, at this point in time, largely selling for January. Obviously, we have clients start every week and almost every day, but they’re largely focused on January. And so that’s where we’re really starting to see that message resonate. We also have some of our current clients, some of those that came to our client conference and raised their hand and said, “I’d love to be able to use that,” actually take advantage of this. And what it really does is, if you think about some of the challenges of remote work, some of it is the Zoom fatigue of meeting after meeting after meeting, and the ability for you to be able to use video to communicate with your team, with a broader set of employees, I use it all the time to communicate to our company as a whole. You get much better take rate when they can digest that on their own schedule. And then we obviously inserted into other use cases, recruiting for job positions as an example, onboarding new employees. And so the clients that have started using it, I think, are still early in that kind of life cycle of taking full advantage of it. But we’ve gotten really good feedback from them so far.

Mark Steven MarconRobert W. Baird — Analyst

Great. And then one last one. Just what are you seeing just in terms of the highest level of activity, small end, medium or large or bell bar?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Well, we came into the pandemic growing 40% year-over-year in terms of new sales. So we came in with a lot of momentum. It feels like we’re heading back toward that same type of momentum as we’re going into selling season. I think it’s a little more across the board, to be honest with you. Good strength in the units in that under-50 marketplace, for sure. Our core is really kind of that 50 to 500, and so they’re doing well as well. And the more that we can in kind of that 50 to 500, and so they’re doing well as well. And the more that we continue to add to our product, then I think we do create even a little bit more of an advantage in that 500-plus. And so our folks who are most experienced in dealing with some of those large prospects are also having great success.

Mark Steven MarconRobert W. Baird — Analyst

Great. Congrats.

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. Our next question comes from the line of Bryan Bergin with Cowen. Your line is now open.

Jared Marshall LevineCowen and Company — Analyst

This is actually Jared Levine on for Bryan. So has there been any change in terms of where prospective buyers are coming from? And in terms of that, any differences in terms of employer size as well with that question?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. I would say no difference in terms of our focus on employee size. We’re seeing customers across the entire size segment of our target market. And we still have a very small level of penetration in terms of the total opportunity. So think of us as 25,000 clients, one million-plus businesses in our target market. And so we haven’t necessarily seen our sales team shy away from the industries that you would think are affected. Maybe those are in hospitality and restaurants and travel related. Some of those customers, although they’re smaller, are still potentially looking at moving platforms. But I would say, overall, the market is just so large that we’ve got an opportunity to basically horizontally focus on any industry, and that’s really what we’ve been doing.

Jared Marshall LevineCowen and Company — Analyst

Great. And then one follow-up. Did you experience an elevated level of out-of-business losses in the quarter compared to what you witnessed in 4Q?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

I think not enough to call out. I think the easy way to think about it is COVID overall had that double-digit impact to us. Certainly, some of that is potentially some clients going out of business at a slightly higher rate. But I would say that’s a pretty small portion of that.

Jared Marshall LevineCowen and Company — Analyst

Okay. Great. Thank you for excellent results.

Operator

Thank you. Our next question comes from the line of Alex Zukin with RBC Capital Markets. Your line is now open.

Alexander James SklarRaymond James & Associates — Analyst

Hey, guys. Thanks for taking the questions. So just two quick ones. I guess, one thing we’re trying to understand or better appreciate is given the incremental on an aggregate basis, on a macro basis, kind of stronger employment trends are a bigger bounce back. Why is that — why is there a bigger disconnect between that and maybe some of the employment — the tailwinds that you would be seeing sequentially versus, let’s say, an ADP or a Paychex? And then I got a quick follow-up.

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. I guess, I think, overall, we can tell you what we are seeing with our client base. And I think as we’ve looked at maybe some of the competitors that you’re mentioning, there is a fair amount of consistency in terms of what I would call a quick little bounce back post early — the spring when we really went down to the depths. And then as that bounce back happened, you see — kind of saw August, September and October, the mild improvements. And I think that’s been fairly consistent kind of across the board in terms of kind of what we’re seeing. Maybe it’s a little different month-by-month by the customer group that you’ve got, but I think that’s exactly what we’re seeing in our client base. And it seems to be reflecting what you see from many of our competitors.

Aleksandr J. ZukinRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

Got it. And then if you think about sales cycles and bookings trends, it sounds like they were — it sounds like they were sequentially better. But if you think about the — is it a — are you seeing sales cycles actually shorten on a relative sequential basis? Or are you seeing them lengthened because less people are willing to switch providers in the midst of the pandemics? I’m trying to understand if are they better appreciative of your value prop and virtual selling is driving more people to buy faster? Or is it the unwillingness to switch?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. I guess I wouldn’t be as focused on how quickly it takes to get a customer to agree in that time line. That has not changed that much. I get — I understand the point of the question, which is if you are doing this virtually, maybe you could be more efficient, and you can run through these sales faster. But sometimes it takes customers time to make the decision. They might want to get the CFO to buy off on it. There’s steps in the process that I think naturally have to happen and need to be scheduled. And so we haven’t seen a big velocity increase. I think what we’ve seen as we moved into selling season, we’re just running more appointments and more opportunities. And I think the message about being ready to connect with your workforce in a variety of different ways that might be different than what you thought of six or eight months ago is resonating.

Aleksandr J. ZukinRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

Perfect. Thank you guys.

Operator

Thank you. And our next question comes from the line of Adam Borg with Stifel. Your line is now open.

Adam Charles BorgStifel, Nicolaus & Company — Analyst

Hey, guys. And thanks for taking the question. Maybe just on the community products. I was hoping you could talk a little bit more about how engagement has been trending and just further opportunities to monetize that product over time. I know you talked a little bit about integration with Premium Video. And then I have a follow-up.

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. So our Community product, as a reminder to everybody, is really a social collaboration tool within our platform that’s available to all of our clients for free. We’ve enhanced that product over time. So we added an Ask the Expert capability where you can ask the HR department questions. We have a whole bunch of announcement capabilities that you — allow you to segment your audience and be able to reach your audience and look at analytics on the back end of how effective that’s been. And so as we’ve continued to enhance the product, we’ve definitely seen utilization increase. And then, of course, you take the impact of the pandemic, which also increased utilization.

And so I think clients are really taking advantage of that. I would say the ability to run announcements, whether that’s sending out videos, whether that is emailing announcements and being able to see people comment and react, is probably the most popular feature in the product.

Adam Charles BorgStifel, Nicolaus & Company — Analyst

Oh, that’s really helpful. And then maybe just thinking back on some comments you made earlier about the relative strength down market below 50. I was just curious, when you think about the buying patterns at the small end of the market, have there been any changes in terms of the types of the number of modules that these businesses have been selecting during the pandemic? Thanks again.

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

I would say down market, Community has become a more important part of the conversation than what we saw before. Because oftentimes, with the smaller clients, they don’t necessarily have maybe the time to go and pick four or five different products. So the idea of having a singular platform to be able to do everything in is, I think it’s powerful across our entire segment. It’s particularly powerful in that under-50 marketplace. And so now they’re trying to figure out how do I communicate in this ever-changing environment with people who are working from home and have different schedules and the ability to have everything in the employee’s hand with the mobile app is really key and important. And so I think that has resonated even more because of some of the changes that we’ve seen in the macro environment.

Adam Charles BorgStifel, Nicolaus & Company — Analyst

Really helpful. Thanks again.

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. And our next question comes from the line of Siti Panigrahi with Mizuho. Your line is now open.

Leonard Anthony DeProspoMizuho Securities — Analyst

Hey, I apologize if this has already been asked. This is Leonard DeProspo in for Siti. Just wanted to ask about characterizing the competitive landscape given ADP had said their retention rate has sort of improved and now Paycom is trying to go down market in that under-50 employee segment. So I just wanted to see how you would characterize the competitive landscape? Thanks.

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Sure. Yes. So I think I’d go back to the fact that we’ve got about 25,000 clients. There’s more than one million in our target market. And so I’m not sure slight changes, like you’re talking about in the competitive landscape, we feel. We’ve seen our activity levels increase at a very healthy rate going into our key selling season. We’ve seen that across all of our size segments that we focus on. And so — and we’re competing against kind of the same folks that we would normally compete against. And so I wouldn’t say we see a big change in who we’re competing with. We haven’t seen a big change in terms of the players in the market or how effective we are against them.

Operator

Thank you. And our next question comes from the line of Arvind Ramnani with Piper Sandler.Your line is now open.

Arvind Anil RamnaniPiper Sandler — Analyst

Thanks for taking my question. I just wanted to ask about this competitive environment as well. From a product perspective, are you seeing some of the traditional players enhance the technology to become more competitive? Or do you feel like your product enhancements — continued product enhancements has been able to keep — maintain the distance between the traditional players and your offering?

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Yes. So I would say, first of all, definitely a competitive environment. It’s always been a competitive environment. And we certainly have competitors that have been in this business a long time and clearly are making investments in technology as well, which is why we go back to our investments in R&D and our ability to innovate and stay ahead of our competition. We think it’s really extremely important part of our strategy. And so I think the second part of your question is, yes, we do believe that we’ve got a lead in the marketplace. We do believe that we continue to gain share. We had 20-plus percent unit growth last fiscal year, and we’re continuing to build momentum into selling season, so we’re seeing our solution resonate.

Arvind Anil RamnaniPiper Sandler — Analyst

Thank you very much.

Operator

Thank you [Operator Instructions] And I’m not showing any further questions on the phone line at this time. So I will now turn the call back to management for any closing remarks.

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Great. Thank you very much. Well, I’d like to just thank everybody for their interest as usual in Paylocity. And then a quick thanks to all of our employees for all the hard work and effort that they’ve done, managing these challenging times and being there for our customers. I’m truly appreciative of everything that they’ve done for us and their continued effort and focus on making Paylocity’s success. So with that, I hope everyone has a great night.

Operator

[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 29 minutes

Call participants:

Ryan GlennVice President-FP&A and Investor Relations

Steven R. BeauchampChief Executive Officer

Toby J. WilliamsChief Financial Officer

Aleksandr J. ZukinRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

Mark Steven MarconRobert W. Baird — Analyst

Jared Marshall LevineCowen and Company — Analyst

Alexander James SklarRaymond James & Associates — Analyst

Adam Charles BorgStifel, Nicolaus & Company — Analyst

Leonard Anthony DeProspoMizuho Securities — Analyst

Arvind Anil RamnaniPiper Sandler — Analyst

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