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08 Earnings Call Transcript Welcome and thank you for standing by. At this time all participants are in a listen only mode. After the presentation we nike air max mens will conduct the question and answer session. [ Instructions]. Today s conference is being recorded. If you have any objections you may disconnect at this time.Good morning and thank you, Chanel. Thanks for taking the time to join us this morning. I m the new coordinator for investor relations at infoGROUP and I am pleased to be a part of this company. Joining me this morning is Bill Fairfield, our new Chief Executive Officer and Stormy Dean, our current Chief Financial Officer. Remember today s call is being recorded. Our comments include forward looking statements and I ask that you refer to the cautionary language in the earnings release for additional information concerning factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward looking statements.We also ask you refer to the documents the company files from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission. These documents contain and identify important nike air max 2013 cheap factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in our projects or forward looking statements.With that being said let s get started on what you all called in for today, our 2008 third quarter earnings. We will have question and answer session at the conclusion of the remarks.It is now my pleasure to introduce our new CEO, Bill Fairfield. Bill?Bill Fairfield Chief Executive OfficerThanks Lisa and good morning everybody. I ve had the pleasure of meeting with a few of you and chatting with others on the phone and I m extremely happy that you re joining us this morning.I have been on the job for just over eight weeks and needless to say it s been an exciting time. The good news is we have a tremendous amount of tenure and talent here at the Company and they have done a terrific job of keeping their eye on the ball during what can only be referred to as turbulent times.The good news is that we are in the finals nike free run cheap stages of closing this chapter of our company s history and moving the company forward. This quarter s earning will reflect that. The lawsuit is coming to a close with our court date set for early November. In addition we have been focusing our efforts on instituting the governance policies as indicated in the settlement agreement.Some highlights on that. You met Lisa Olson, we committed to creating a new investment relations program with the new head of Investor Relations and Lisa has got us off to a good start in that arena. We also indicated that we were going to have a significant change in the Board, I m pleased to announce that last Friday at the Board meeting, we nominated and elected Gary Morin to the Board. Gary was most recently the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Lexmark International. He retired from Lexmark in September of 2005 and in addition to his corporate finance functions he was responsible for Lexmark s Investor Relations, their corporate communications, strategy and development and internal audit. Gary currently serves on the Board of Directors of Sealy Corporation, a New York stock exchange company and Citrix Systems Inc., a NASDAQ company.We also are continuing our search for Executive Vice President of law and compliance. That search is going very well. I fully expect to be able to make announcement on that if not this week perhaps next week. We are also in the process as you know of recruiting a new Chief Financial Officer. We have our top candidate in here tomorrow to visit with several of the directors and myself and key members of management. So, as you can see, we ve taken all aspects of the settlement extremely seriously. Now we can fully concentrate our efforts on moving the Company forward.And moving forward includes, number one, being transparent and communicating with all constituents; two, accelerating our organic growth; and three, improving our financial foundation, which ultimately will increase shareholder value. Now that we ve talked about how we ve been getting our house in order, let s talk about the actual financial results, and for that I ll turn it over to Stormy Dean. Stormy?Stormy L. Dean Chief nike air max wright Financial OfficerThanks Bill. During the third quarter revenue was $181.9 million versus $185 million for the same period in 2007 and that s a decrease of 2%. However, if you exclude the Naviant lawsuit revenue of $9.9 million that we included in the third quarter of 2007, revenue actually increased 4%. For the third quarter, the Data Group revenue was $74.4 million versus $92.7 million for the same quarter last year. The third quarter 2007 Data Group revenue included that $9.9 million for the Naviant lawsuit as well as $3.6 million in revenue that was associated with the First Data Resources license agreements that were not renewed in 2008.The Services Group revenue for the third quarter was $42 million versus $36 million for the same period last year. That s a growth of 16%. Revenue for the marketing research group was $65.5 million compared to $56.3 million an increase of 16% for the same period last year. For the third quarter we had an operating loss of approximately $1.7 million versus $31.4 million of income during the corresponding quarter of 2007.The third quarter of 2008 operating loss includes $21.6 million in unusual charges, this includes $10.2 million in severance payment primarily to the former CEO as outlined in the stipulation of settlement entered to on August 20, 2008 and $7.1 million in legal expenses and professional fees related to the Derivative Litigation and the Special Litigation Committee s investigation, for a total of $17.3 million of non recurring charges.Also during the quarter we recorded $4.3 million of unusual charges which included $2.5 million in non cash accounting adjustments primarily for the write down of assets and $1.8 million for cost associated with closing facilities. The 2007 operating income includes one time operating income of $9.2 million from the of Naviant settlement net of expenses. Excluding these charges in the third quarter of 2008 and excluding the Naviant settlement in the third quarter of 2007 our operating income would have been $19.9 million and $22.2 million respectively. For the third quarter we had a loss per share of $0.07 versus earnings per share of $0.31 in 2007.EBITDA for the third quarter of 2008 was $9.2 million compared to $43 million in the third quarter of 2007. As of September 30, 2008, the company has incurred $19.7 million in legal expenses and professional fees related to the Derivative Litigation and the Special Committee s investigation, This includes $3 million spent in 2007 and $16.7 million for the nine months ended September 30, 2008.I will I will now turn the call back over to Bill Fairfield.Bill Fairfield Chief Executive OfficerThanks, Stormy. I will, with your blessing, I ll make a few other prepared remarks and then we ll open it up for Q I just want to stress a couple of the things that Stormy mentioned. If you look at the quarter and again, if you exclude the 2007 Naviant lawsuit settlement, revenue increased approximately 4%. And in today s environment with the headwinds that we re facing out there, we were not displeased with that.Also as Stormy mentioned, while we did have an operating loss in the third quarter of approximately $1.7 million, that included $21.6 million in unusual charges. Some of those charges, as Stormy outlined, were restructuring charges. We had some disposition of assets, some governance changes. And I don t think what we did talk about is when those are taken into account, we ve taken something on the order $7 million to$8 million worth of costs permanently out of the system. So, as discussed before, a tremendous amount of effort has gone into getting our house in order, if you will. And now is the time to move forward and take an in depth look at the business and the programs and determine where we need to go, which we ve already started to do.We have efforts moving forward to optimize the allocation of funds to spur organic growth within the Company. We re working as we speak to rationalize the business structure and streamline our go to market strategy. We have begun in a number of our operations to consolidate back office operations and we expect to see cost savings from that. And we re working to improve our efficiencies within the IT area.Now, we re very mindful that there are a lot of headwinds out there in the economy and we would be naive not to believe that at some point those won t impact us. The good news, as I said in the press release, is we re fortunate not to be dependent upon any particular sector, nor do we have a high concentration of customers in any one area. I think our largest client is probably less than 2% of our revenues. So, our customer base is broad and it s spread across all industry sectors and sizes, and we think that offers us some cushion.The other thing I think is important to note is that approximately 85% of our revenue comes from relationships that we have a view into. And by that, I mean these are relationships that are either subscriptions or they re licenses, or they re nike air max command contracts that may range from three months to multiple years. Now that doesn t mean that business can t be affected by the economy, but it s unlikely that we ll get surprised, that we ll have an early warning, if you will, if we begin to see any of those drop off. So, we are re preparing contingency plans for these uncertain times, but we feel confident in our position. All the initiatives that we talked about will help us get to where we need to be and, of course, increase shareholder value.In closing, I d like to thank each of you for weathering the storm with us. This is, in my opinion, a terrific company with a very positive future and you have my commitment of open and honest dialogue as we move this Company forward. We will endeavor to manage expectations and empower our colleagues to do what is right for you, our shareholders. I look forward to working together and leading the Company in this next chapter. It s going to be a good one in my opinion. So let s get started on answering questions. Chanel, we re ready.