This excerpt taken from the LWSN 8-K filed Aug 3, 2006.
OK, and also, help us in terms of the seasonal. You started to it but give us the sense of seasonal expenses, seasonal revenues.
Well expenses are not going to be that seasonal, as we have very few exceptions when we have our, for example, our customer user event. That typically is in the spring, in the March-April timeframe. We have kickoff events for our sales forces and so those have some impact. But I think, overall, thats not going to be so large that its going to be material.
In terms of signings, I do expect, you know, again in the former Intentia, June and December were big months, so I wouldnt be surprised if this year theyre big months. In the case of Lawson, in the former Lawson, weve had a strong fourth quarter, just like we did previously. And I expect that, as we get into the rhythm, the new Lawson will have a strong fourth quarter, as weve had in the past. But Im not sure that I can give you definitive indications that you should model one quarter being particularly weak and one quarter being particularly strong.
OK. Now, kind of a broader-based question; looking at the report, it came in considerably differently than I think most people expected it, to have any expectation at all. Help us to understand why the information you presented is not bad news, because I think theres a tendency to look at the new numbers and back up and say, wow, you know, this is really ugly. So, help us understand why not to react that way.