LivePerson outfits companies with artificial intelligence-powered mobile and online messaging tools for customer service representatives, which intends to cut back on the notoriously long wait times consumers face in call center queues. LivePerson is quick to point out its successes during the quarter. Certainly Jerry picked out a couple of good examples there in Berkshire, Markel, and Boston Omaha, and looking on the flip side with GE. I called out MercadoLibre a couple of weeks ago. The neat thing was that PayPal invested $750 million in MercadoLibre. Good to see that they’re investing in that global payments network, and good to see MercadoLibre taking advantage of it. So I mean, right now, you still see a lot of strength and could COVID kind of held is giving us a lot of wind in the sale. Are you just trying to sign up as many partners as you can right now? Moser: All right. I’m going to go with another company that we cover a lot of here — a couple of companies, really, that have made a little bit of news here. But you have to start somewhere.
So I don’t now our gain share start will start to pick up, obviously, in Q4 around, especially our large customers who are gearing up for the holiday season. To clean that mess up, it’s going to take a while. This also gives them the No. 1 market share in payment processing worldwide, which in my mind is a really nice business combination going into this cashless society over the next decade or two. But they do have to mind that. I have landed an internship at Elle, and just couldn’t get my foot in the door. In the early 2000s, GE Capital, the finance arm, started to get a little bigger, and then started to take on products that it was never really intended to do. Brands are also able to get quick, consistent answers to consumers by offering automations to agents with Conversation Assist and make agents more effective and efficient.
Well-developed library sites will have also stocked Web links to answers for frequently asked questions. So we are going to have a couple of quarters here whereas but from a top line point of view, it may appear that we’re not getting the momentum that we are. Let’s jump in Twitter here really quick. Matt, what’s your first take here? First of all, it’s not that conglomeration is a bad thing in GE’s case specifically, or because it’s a noninsurance company. He was one of the investors who contributed $350 million in funding to, then built, the Downtown Project, a company dedicated to helping revitalize part of downtown Las Vegas. If two lines are cut by a transversal and the alternate exterior angles are equal, then the two lines are parallel. It’s worth noting, Boston Omaha and Markel are businesses that, they’re running their businesses in that Berkshire mold. I’m hoping that they eventually — I mean, not just because I’m a shareholder — I hope that they grow into an insurance operation like Markel or even Berkshire. They look to Berkshire Hathaway as the North Star.
No, we need to look at the geniuses and other very knowledgeable competition. A fair look at both sides of the coin there. Clearly there were several points of failure. There is a little bit of a risk tolerance there, you could say. That normally happens. Usually, the acquirer drops a little bit because they’re paying a big premium, they’re taking on some debt, some uncertainty in execution risk in actually achieving the cost savings that they’re claiming. And we think that, that’s going to have a significant impact in the future to come. When you have that headline saying that the CEO of this bank has just been screwing everybody left and right, and just got a raise, people are going to be mad. We all have fear in changing. Of all my years of running the company, I have never seen such demand go up in the business on the usage side and demand for the company. This step change is creating a groundswell of demand for TTEC. Notwithstanding anything in this subsection to the contrary, Tenfold’s obligations under this subsection do not extend any claim of intellectual property infringement to the extent the claim is based on End Customer’s acts or omissions, End Customer’s combination of the Solution with technology not provided by Tenfold, End Customer’s unauthorized change to the Solution, or Tenfold’s compliance with End Customer’s specific directives that are not standard for Tenfold (the “Exclusions”).