Woman: Mmm, yes, I think it's been worth it - is worth it.
It's difficult, of course, balancing the costs and benefits, the time lost from the office, compared to what I'm investing in.
But I've always said our staff, our people, are our biggest asset, so anything that brings my people up must be of value in itself.
Of course, much will depend on the performance reports, which I hope the different departments can draw up for me reasonably soon.
Otherwise, I won't really be in a position to know if I did make the right choice.
My main reservation at this stage is that I don't see sufficient input on the system, on the IT side of things.
And that's a great pity, because it's vital that we exploit our existing computers to get the best out of them.
I want a company that's right up to date.