Okay. Got it. And Rob, maybe just one for you, given all the traction that you are seeing in healthcare and the COVID-19 rapid testing market, can you maybe just explain to us what the role LivePerson is playing in that at-home COVID-19 test? And so it has a little bit lower margin in it for some of the testing revenue that’s in there and the software revenue because we are just starting investment. The — in the quarter, the healthcare testing expenses, lower margin profile also contributed to what we saw. John, I think you kind of touched on this a little bit in your prepared remarks, but can you give us a little more insight into kind of what’s kind of temporarily impacting the gross margin profile for the business? Yes. So, gross margin is impacted by Gainshare as we discussed, but that’s more of a temporary impact. And why that’s lower gross margin than a typical messaging conversation or a typical CPI contract? A conversation with UBA’s agents will open instantly in the Messages app, and users can take their time responding when it’s convenient.
A: The Conversational Cloud tracks all customer conversation transcripts. And we then deliver that platform with the tests to a B2B customer. Yes. So, we built a technology platform, so there is a lot of investment that went into the technology platform. Yes. Thank you very much. Yes. I mean, obviously, my talk track for the last couple of years is about getting rid of voice. Yes. Hi, John and Rob, congrats on the quarter and thanks for taking my questions. Okay. Thanks for taking my questions. I think interesting dynamic to see that you are actually taking over some of the voice operations. And so that kind of forms a soft, lower bound for the level of volume we would expect that we could actually transform from voice to messaging if we owned, end-to-end, the voice and the messaging operations. But I did notice that messaging volumes may have declined quarter-over-quarter, just looking at some of the presentation materials that you have put out. Messaging volumes up 40% as was automated volumes. And in terms of volumes, again, total billable volumes up about 15% year-over-year for the quarter. Once again, that was what drove that massive surge in volume month-over-month.
And then we have some additional hosting expenses tied to the public cloud migration that, again, will be temporary, but impacted the quarter and will impact the year. This ties up the supplier’s capital in the products instead of Tesco’s and so Tesco have them on the grocer’s equivalent of “no win, no fee”. RingCentral, who is running the team and he is doing a great job and he hired a handful of people already, and we are starting — we have started the development on it. And obviously, most of you know Alex Spinelli, he is our CTO, ran Alexa, the engineering team. Andrew: With the in live person there are these entrepreneurs who are treated with the same kind of resources that they’d have outside, but with more security, and more of a team already there. Then, you will have to give it the access to the customers:own scope and the correct URI to the Redirect URI whitelist. So, we are actually running voice cloud platforms, and that gives us a lot of I think preparedness for what we will deliver on the voice side because we are working on a voice automation offering. And I think John in his commentary hinted toward maybe even an AI-enabled voice solution in this coming year.
Not Talkdesk — from one of the other big voice providers. John, maybe this first one is for you. Sign in with Apple Tap Sign in with Apple Please note that if you wish to create a password for your Udemy account and continue to log in with the email address that you used to register, you must first complete the steps outlined in this article. We, over time, approximately a year after first signing a large contract, we would expect those margins to expand. So, can you just talk about kind of your overall strategy on that side of the business and then why it makes sense to take over that entire process? As a leading SaaS provider for over 20 years, LivePerson understands what CIOs look for from cloud-based solutions providers. And from a tactical perspective, just to kind of frame the strategy near-term, if we look at the performance of our IVR deflection that exists today, we see that 30% to 50% of those consumers who are already in the IVR opt to exit and message. And kind of what you think that could look like once it starts to normalize a little bit more?