Conversational Ai —aka recruitment chatbots are being acquired at a record pace, last week Stepstone, a job board company bought Mya and PandoLogic acquired Wade&wendy. These deals make a lot of sense because each is working to drive traffic to jobs and the conversational AI helps to qualify and screen those candidates. Explain the problem you are trying to solve with this kind of acquisition? Explain what what and wendy does for a company (user experience) You ran some pilots with Wade&Wendy what were those results like? Challenges in hiring right now…What kind of application rates are you seeing on your clients jobs these days…its tough to hire right now? Will all your customer get this tech? Or will it be an Add on? Rename it? How will you be explaining what you are going forward? Are you now a “sourcing and screening” tech platform? Whats the future of programmatic and how do you see conversational AI evolving on next few years… Any new product announcements? More potential acquisitions? Making plans for hr tech this year?