capital expenditure was about that amount, and the cash flow from cash flow above before
CapEx was about breakeven. Ill get you the exact numbers here in a minute. The other question on
the DSO performance for our business units, our Supplies Distributors activity has stayed
relatively stable. Usually it kind of depends on the timing of the sales activity during the
quarter, but the performance there has generally been in the 40-day window from a DSO performance
standpoint, which is quite good. Weve got a good strong position of power there with our
customers, because we are the only source of product for them to go to. So that stayed relatively
Our eCOST business, the DSO has increased a little bit, but that relates to the fact that weve got
some additional business-to-business client relationships there that have term accounts, that have
increased that somewhat. And then our and our Service Fee business, that stayed relatively
constant over the years, its generally operating with a DSO of about 45 days or so on billed
Got it? And again, from just clarification, just confirm what I mentioned earlier. Cash flow
from operations for Q3 was breakeven with capital expenditures of 1 point negative, sorry, 1.2
million to get to a free cash flow of negative 1.2 million for the quarter.
<Q Marco Rodriguez>: Okay. All right. Great. Thanks a lot guys.
<A Mark Layton>: All right, Marco.
Operator: At this time, there are no further questions. I would now like to turn the conference
back over the Mr. Layton for closing remarks.
Mark C. Layton, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Okay. We appreciate everybody and keep eCOST.com in mind for your holiday shopping. Have a
Operator: Thank you. This concludes todays conference. You may now disconnect.