Auditing is now incredibly smooth. We’re wrapping up an audit in about a four-week time frame. Our approval process is seamless, and we have much better controls in place; we identified times when we’d previously been overpaying vendors and were able to nip those in the bud, contributing directly to the bottom line. And, equally importantly, we were able to live out one of our guiding principles – Empathy – with these new controls. Prior to Workday, the accounting team had been issuing advances to employees but we had no way of tracking them and ensuring repayment so I discontinued this practice. Then covid hits. We have employees in India, and employees with family abroad – places where healthcare systems would refuse admittance without payment up front. Employees were struggling to aid their families; we felt that we would not be living out Empathy if we didn’t allow for payroll advances under the circumstances. So, we reinstated them because now we had the oversight and system functionality in place to properly qualify, approve, and process these requests and track repayment. We couldn’t have done that if we weren’t on Workday.