They can improve the number of supported devices. Currently, it supports all primary network devices, but when I was working with it about six months ago, we used to get a list of devices from the customer and we had to find out which one is supported and which one is not. If a device wasn't supported, we had to do some custom coding to collect some of the metrics. Most of the new devices must already be in their roadmap, but there might be some old ones that they aren't supporting but some of the customers are still using them. If they could support those devices, it would be great. Similarly, they could look into having a new technology for supporting the cloud. Entuity currently has APIs, but they are not straightforward. They are not flexible if an external system wants to communicate with Entuity or create an integration that is not available out of the box. Its APIs can be flexible so that they can be utilized for external integrations that are not available out of the box.