Could you elaborate on the challenges that organizations will need to address in relation to the Port Technology space? We work as the world's largest port agency service and interface with ports, infrastructure, and all the stakeholders. We are the glue that bonds the ship-owner and the maritime transportation companies together with the local port infrastructure and the local port operation. Every day, we are trying to bring the local vendors in the respective ports more into the global value chain and the supply chain. On the technology side, we see an inclination towards web-based solutions, and it's going to be one of the main drivers in the industry. This is taking a cue from some other industries that have moved to web-based solutions, such that we are seeing more things moving toward this in real-time demand of information. It is information that is being pushed through the system, but it is equally important that it is being poured by the clients when they need it in their time zones 24/7. The second aspect is around intelligence, and how it is enabling clients to make smarter business decisions around the globe. And again, information is power there and it is allowing them to make these smart decisions based on local port and trade data. So we are focusing a lot on developing into intelligence platforms for this particular purpose. What are the current market trends you see shaping the Port Technology landscape? The information aspect is incredibly important. So leveraging information and intel and pulling it together in dashboards or compressed formats where clients can utilize it to make smarter decisions closer to in real-time is going to be an essential trend. We also are considering deep integrations with the vendors wherein we are not just looking at a transactional relationship with vendors and stakeholders in the local ports but also having more transformative conversations. We believe that change starts with changing the conversation, and this is where we are beginning to change the conversation with the vendors and the support companies in the ports. That's everything from the pilots, launch providers to towing companies.