It's undoubtedly more complex compared to the initial part. It depends on the requirements. You can't categorically say that HubSpot is only suitable for smaller devices; it's adaptable to various needs. Depending on the requirements, you can have a project completed within as little as six months or as long as a few years. It's a flexible solution that can cater to your specific needs. However, it's essential to start from the beginning, designing the screens and pages within HubSpot. It's somewhat similar to building a website but generally more straightforward to use. You need to input the necessary information based on your specific requirements, and it's not limited to a predefined structure. The team initiates the process with what we term as solution design, but it's more appropriately labeled as enterprise design. This initial phase involves understanding the integration points with other systems and commencing the configuration process. It's essentially the starting point for our analysis. The analysis covers several aspects, including the language requirements, integration tools for interfacing with Java server solutions, and how to effectively use these tools. All these components must seamlessly complement each other. Once the team has everything in place and confirms the tools, they can proceed to elaborate on the specific requirements. The deployment timeline typically ranges from four to six months, specifically for straightforward or standard requirements. However, in the case of a large enterprise organization with numerous legal entities across different countries, each requiring unique interfaces for various purposes, the implementation duration is highly dependent on the specific requirements. It's not feasible to provide a fixed period for such a solution.