and the SaaS offering we believe is a very significant competitive advantage versus what GSI could
offer with its proprietary technology platform and the challenges that theyve had in terms of
updating it. And eBay has been public about the fact that theyve got some technology things they
want to do as well.
So, youve got some rationalization thats got to happen on that side. So I think thats created a
little bit of concern and confusion potentially in the market. Im certain that eBay and GSI can
answer it from their standpoint, because theyre still very formidable competitors. And as I said
earlier, almost always its the two of us that stand in the batters box at the end, to see who can
win the deal. So, I dont think a lot has changed at this point.
<Q Chris Cerniglia Stifel Nicolaus>: Thanks.
<A Thomas Madden EVP, Chief Financial & Accounting Officer>: Thanks, Chris.
Operator: At this time, there are no further questions. I will now turn the call back to Mark
Layton for closing remarks.
Mark C. Layton, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
I appreciate everybodys time this morning. Well talk to you next quarter. Have a great day.
Operator: This concludes todays PFSwebs Second Quarter 2011 Earnings Conference Call. You may