If you are in the market for a new ERP system you've come to the right place.
We've created this comprehensive ERP Vendor listing guide to identify the top ERP vendors and the products they offer.
If you've been researching ERP software solutions for any length of time, I suspect by now you are aware there are literally hundreds of ERP options out there.
It can be overwhelming to sift through all of the potential solutions that might be a match for your organization’s needs or worst yet spend time and money on an ERP solution that totally misses the mark.
That’s why we’ve compiled this exhaustive list of the top ERP vendors of 2021 to help your organization cut through all the marketing fluff so you can focus on the top ERP vendors and products that could be an ideal fit for your business.
This guide will introduce the best ERP solutions for 2021. Feel free to bookmark it as a future resource.
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Top ERP Vendors in 2021
The following enterprise software vendors and ERP systems made the cut based on our expert opinion, real customer reviews, and industry analyst ratings/insights.
In no particular order, these are the top ERP vendors you should consider for your next ERP project.
Headquarters: Austin, TX
Stock Ticker: NYSE: ORCL
Number of Employees: 135,000
Annual Revenue: $39.5B
It should come as no surprise that Oracle stands as one of the top ERP vendors on the market today. As the second-largest software company in the world by revenue and market capitalization, Oracle develops applications and tools for database development, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, Human Capital Management (HCM), and Supply Chain Management (SCM) software.
Oracle's dominant market share in the EPR industry is largely influenced by several notable acquisitions including PeopleSoft (including JD Edwards) in 2005, Siebel in 2006, and later NetSuite in 2016.
While Oracle receives substantial revenues from legacy on-premise ERP products such as Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, and JD Edwards the major focus of Oracle sales and marketing is spent promoting it's born in the cloud ERP portfolio including NetSuite, the #1 selling cloud-based ERP for the SMB/ MME marketplace.
oracle Cloud-based ERP Products:
Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP
Oracle's flagship cloud-based ERP product "Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP" focuses primarily on four key areas:
- Financial Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Project Management
- Risk Management
Oracle Fusion is geared towards larger, more complex organizations preparing to move key business systems that were once on-premise, to the cloud.
Benefits of Oracle Fusion include flexible billing contracts, ease of integration with other Oracle applications, and extensive customization options.
While Oracle Cloud is a great ERP system some potential areas of concern have more to do with who is and isn't a good fit for Oracle Cloud ERP. Companies that have complex manufacturing needs or global supply chains are likely not a great fit (today) for Oracle Cloud ERP. While Oracle Cloud is highly capable there could be better, more mature options to address these specific areas.
Areas of concern: Some of the common customer complaints revolve around lackluster technical support, long/expensive implementations, and a partner ecosystem still learning the ins and outs of Oracle Cloud ERP.
Oracle Cloud ERP Pricing: Some online resources claim Oracle Cloud ERP pricing starts at $175/month/user however with any tier 1 ERP solution you can expect to spend a couple hundred thousand to well over a million dollars for the software and services.
Oracle Fusion Cloud Customer Reviews: "Oracle ERP cloud is a full comprensive solution that has the capability to cover all our business needs. For a company like us that implemented the solution more than 3 years ago, there are 2 main added value points that we apreciate: 1. The setup steps to cover new business requirements are supported with a rich documentation and a shared knowledge. 2. The extensions powered by an omnicomprensive set of REST API enable the solution to be adjusted to all new busines needs." Source: Gartner Peer Insights
Purchased by Oracle in 2016, NetSuite ERP is a cloud-based enterprise resource management platform that improves businesses’ effectiveness, automates core processes, and provides operation-wide visibility. Users can pick and choose advanced modules à la carte to create their own custom-tailored ERP solution.
While Oracle Cloud ERP and NetSuite do overlap in some functionality NetSuite is really directed at companies that have outgrown entry-level accounting systems such as QuickBooks or Great Plains and looking for a more robust cloud-based ERP solution that can help them scale while providing greater visibility organization-wide.
Areas of concern: NetSuite has experienced tremendous growth in recent years and as a result, some common customer complaints revolve around lack of highly capable technical support and too few seasoned consultants available in the marketplace.
NetSuite ERP Pricing: NetSuite pricing starts at $99/user/mo plus the cost of the suite which starts at $1,499 however most NetSuite customers will spend between $30 to $150k per year for the software and another $50k - $250k for implementation services depending upon the ERP project scope.
Oracle NetSuite Customer Reviews: "Netsuite offers an infinitely expandable product to our adjust for future business needs and future systems users/employees capabilities. They are also constantly improving the product offering to enabling us to leverage new technology with low implementation costs... " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
oracle Legacy On-premise ERP Products:
Oracle E-Business Suite
Oracle E-Business Suite also referred to as EBS is a fully integrated comprehensive suite of business applications that span financial management, supply chain management, human resource management, project management and more. While Oracle EBS can be deployed in the cloud it was originally intended for on-premise use by large organizations with lots of complexity. To date, there have been over 2,000 deployments across dozens of countries in some of the largest corporations around the globe.
Oracle EBS Customer Reviews: "Oracle E-Business Suite is the most comprehensive and useful suite of integrated, global business applications which are enable organizations to make good decisions, reduce costs, and increase performance. Oracle E-Business Suite is having strong team management with risk tackling approach. The support and service system is also very helpful and online available 24*7 " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
Founded in Denver, CO in 1977 JD Edwards the developer of EnterpriseOne is an integrated ERP software suite that was acquired by PeopleSoft just before the Oracle PeopleSoft acquisition in 2004. JD Edwards referred to as JDE, is commonly used in the manufacturing, distribution, consumer package goods, and construction industries.
JD Edwards offers plenty of flexibility when it comes to deployment and database preference. It can be deployed both on-premise or in the cloud (private, public or hybrid) and offers over 80 additional application modules users can deploy as their business needs shift. While there are still thousands of companies that run JD Edwards around the globe, Oracle sells very few new JDE logos and actively trying to migrate legacy customers to the cloud (Oracle Fusion).
JD Edwards Customer Reviews: "We've just migrated from a legacy JDE system to EnterpriseOne and it turned out to be a really tough ride - the initially planned timeframe was exceeded 3-fold and we yet have to get full control of our material flow again. The reporting features are outstanding, the UI is up-to-date, but under the hood it's extremely complex and migration isn't smooth as one would wish it'd be unfortunately." Source: Gartner Peer Insights
Also founded in 1977 PeopleSoft offers a suite of integrated applications designed for mid to large organizations that were originally developed with a key focus on human resources and financial management. Over the years PeopleSoft has matured to include additional modules and capabilities to better support additional departments throughout the entire enterprise. PeopleSoft over the years has gained significant traction within the higher education and healthcare sectors and continues widespread use over thousands of customers across dozens of countries.
What do the analyst say?
Oracle has continued to receive the highest marks from reputable industry analysts such as Gartner's Magic Quadrant report that comes out each year.
Most recently both Oracle's Fusion Cloud ERP and NetSuite were featured in the top right (the best) quadrant for "Cloud Core Financial Management Suites for Midsize, Large and Global Enterprises" with Workday and SAP S/4 HANA trailing closely behind.
To have two products featured in the Leader category shows Oracle's commitment to bringing best-in-class cloud-based ERP solutions to the market that are highly capable and providing tremendous value to the organizations that use them.
Headquarters: Waldorf, Germany
Stock Ticker: NYSE: SAP
Number of Employees: 100,330
Annual Revenue: $32.15B
SAP the company/brand has become synonymous with ERP software. Most people think of SAP first when they think of ERP software.
SAP's partner ecosystem is vast and provides broad capabilities across many different types/sizes of companies, everything from SMB sized retailers to the largest global industrial manufacturers.
SAP offers three cloud-based ERP products with SAP S/4 HANA being their flagship cloud-based ERP aimed at the largest, most complex enterprises, followed by SAP Business ByDesign a great product for the MME, and SAP BusinessOne a complete, all-in-one ERP designed and priced for SMB sized companies.
All three ERP applications are great solutions for companies that are looking for an integrated solution tieing together financial, inventory, supply chain, project, and staffing data to drive better decision making and visibility to the organization.
All of these ERP products can be deployed using HANA, SAP's multi-model database that stores information in memory instead of on a disk which allows for real-time analytics even for large businesses with massive amounts of data/transactions.
SAP Cloud-based ERP Products
SAP S/4 HANA
S/4 HANA is SAP's flagship cloud-based ERP product (that can also be deployed on-premise). SAP S/4 HANA is built on the HANA database giving SAP less dependency on competitor databases and provides groundbreaking performance especially for companies storing massive amounts of data and transactions. While S/4 is SAP's tier 1 EPR it's not designed for just any type of business, its best for organizations that are large, complex, and global in nature (and have a seven-figure ERP budget).
SAP S/4 Pricing: Like many ERP companies, SAP does not publically disclose list price information for S/4HANA ERP. However, as with most tier 1 ERP systems you should anticipate a high six to seven-figure ERP budget to implement S/4HANA.
SAP S/4HANA Customer Reviews: "SAP S/4HANA is one of the best enterprise resource planning system that I have worked with, because its operation is very potential to carry out tasks with high precision and high performance, its flexibility has delighted us because this allows the system to adapt easily to all our needs of use, it is a very practical and very updated system, I really describe sap s/4hana as the best among all its competitors" Source: Gartner Peer Insights
SAP Business ByDesign
SAP Business ByDesign had a rocky start with its initial introduction to the marketplace and actually claimed to stop further development of the ERP solution back in 2013, and use the be the butt of jokes by industry leaders such as Zach Nelson (former NetSuite CEO). That being said SAP in recent years has continued to increase R&D investment into ByDesign and was recently acknowledged by Gartner, as a "Niche Player" in their annual Magic Quadrant analysis.
SAP Business ByDesign Pricing: The monthly base package fee starts at $1,818 which includes two advanced users and three core users. Additional core users cost $120 per month, and any additional advanced users cost $217 per month.
SAP ByDesign Customer Reviews: "Use this to manage our financials and production tracking for materials, build instructions, quality checks, part ordering and product management. It is easy to use and input information into for BOM, and for searching to find items." Source: Gartner Peer Insights
SAP Business One
SAP Business One is a complete all-in-one ERP solution design for SMB sized companies that can be deployed both in the cloud and on-premise. SAP is very popular among small manufacturing and distribution companies through Europe and North America and tends to compete well with companies like NetSuite and Sage. It's best suited for companies with limited financial complexity but needs highly capable supply chain and inventory tracking capabilities which Business One delivers.
SAP Business One ERP (Cloud) Pricing: SAP BusinessOne offers three different tiers of licenses Professional, Limited, and Starter.
- Professional: $132 per user per month. Provides unlimited access to all of SAP Business One’s features, including financial management, sales and customer management, purchasing and inventory control, and more.
- Limited: $99 per user per month. Limited user licenses have limited access to a particular professional area.
- Starter: $110 per user per month. The starter package is designed for startups and small businesses and includes accounting, sales orders, item management, and purchasing.
SAP BusinessOne Customer Reviews: "SAP All-in-one is a very good integrated Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP) solution. We are using it from one year and its provides us everything including customer management, construction accounting, and service management modules etc. It helps a lot in growth of business and its features like data analysis and user security are really great. SAP All-in-one providing a very good data processing speed and it easily integrates. " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
What do the analyst say?
SAP S/4 HANA has continued its leadership position in the "Leaders" category in the Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites for Midsize, Large and Global Enterprises in 2021. SAP was also acknowledged with their SAP Business ByDesign cloud-based ERP being considered in the "Niche Player" category which is new territory for ByDesign. Having two ERP solutions featured in 2021's Magic Quadrant shows SAP's commitment to offering best-in-class cloud-based ERP solutions for SMB and MME companies alike.
Headquarters: Redmond, WA
Stock Ticker: NASDAQ: MSFT
Number of Employees: 156,439
Annual Revenue: $143.02B
Microsoft Dynamics 365 is one of the most popular ERP products in the marketplace today. In fact, Microsoft Dynamics ranks #5 in terms of EPR market share.
Dynamics ERP was originally the result of several Microsoft acquisitions including Navision, Axapta, Great Plains, and others, in which Microsoft combined the best aspects of these legacy solutions to create a common system that was purpose-built for cloud deployments.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP Products
Dynamics 365 Business Central Overview
Business Central is an ERP designed for SMB/MME-sized companies that have more straightforward needs and not a lot of complexity in their business and/or processes. The cost to license and implement Business Central is much lighter than its bigger brother Dynamics Finance and Operations. Businesses that are looking for a setup from QuickBooks and Fishblow might be a good candidate for a product like 365 Business Central.
Dynamics 365 Business Central Pricing: Dynamics 365 Business Central offers three different tiers of licenses Premium, Essential, and Team Members.
- Premium: $100 per user per month. Provides access to financial management, sales and customer management, purchasing, service and project management, inventory control, manufacturing, and more.
- Limited: $70 per user per month Includes everything in Premium with exceptions around manufacturing and service management.
- Starter: $8 per user per month includes employee self-service, run reports and approvals
Dynamics 365 Business Central Customer Reviews: "Microsoft's 365 ecosystem has matured across the entire portfolio and has led to Microsoft becoming a formidable player throughout the technology stack, even in niche solution areas. Microsoft Dynamics Business Central seems to be designed by people who actually understands what businesses need from technology vendors. " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations Overview
Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations is a much bigger, more capable ERP solution designed to compete with other tier 1 ERP solutions such as SAP S/4 HANA, Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP. Large businesses that have lots of complexity and/or international in scope are a better fit for Finance & Operations preferably over Business Central.
The Dynamics 365 products offer several pros including product flexibility, extensibility, and a vast ecosystem of VARs and ISVs that can fine-tune an ERP solution for most industries. Some cons for Dynamics 365 are that it's not as robust as other ERP solutions that excel with high volume distribution and/or complex manufacturing. Another con with Dynamics 365 is that with its extensive technical capabilities finding the right partner to assist with change management is equally important as finding a partner with the right technical capabilities.
Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations Pricing:
Finance & Operations are licensed as two separate applications, Finance and Supply Chain Management.
- Licensing for each user starts at $180 USD/user/month for single-app full users of Finance or Supply Chain Management with a 20 seat minimum. If you choose to license more than one application you can license other applications for an incremental $30 instead of $180 (20 seat min).
Dynamics 365 Business Central Customer Reviews: "It is a excellent ERP solution for business purpose, The platform is very stable as it is provided by Microsoft and the continuous and rigorous support increases the performance capabilities.one of the most used feature is the advance accountancy with intercompany benefits to enhance the chances of overall effectiveness and efficiency at the same time in the organization. It is also very vey customizable at the same time and customize the client batches how you want to send the information to them. It is also multi device tool so regardless of how we access and use the systems anywhere and anytime we would be experiencing the same fluid experience along with same safety . It helps to integrate all the multiple products and services we use in a very easy to use and understandable way. " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
What do the analyst say?
Microsoft Dynamics 365 was just on the cusp of being listed as a Leader in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites in 2021 for Midsize, Large and Global Enterprise however they continue to remain a Visionary for the time being.
Headquarters: New York, NY
Ownership: Private - Koch Industries
Number of Employees: 17,000
Annual Revenue: $3.2B
Infor is a large privately owned software company focused on developing business applications for specific industry niches generally deployed via Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Infor has made some notable acquisitions in recent years (e.g. Lawson) and boasts they have around 58 million cloud users and 90,000 customers. Well-known clients such as Bausch & Lomb, Ferrari, and Hershey Entertainment run their businesses on Infor applications.
Infor Cloud ERP Products
Infor Distribution SX.e
Infor CloudSuite is one of the more popular cloud-based ERP choices on the market today. In fact, they come in at #4 in terms of ERP market share. Infor CloudSuite is very strong with customers within the Food & Beverage, Aerospace & Defence, Fashion/Apparel and Industrial Manufacturing industries.
CloudSuite offers tremendous flexibility in large part due to numerous ERP acquisitions such as Baan (Manufacturing ERP) and more recently Lawson which was very popular with government and non-profits. Some clients may find that CloudSuite has a less modern look and feel with their user interface and those highly concerned about end-user adoption may find other solutions more visually appealing. That being said, Infor CloudSuite's capabilities rival that of Oracle, SAP and Dynamics 365 F&O with very strong capabilities around configure, price, quote (CPQ), being able to quickly and easily translate a sales order/proposal into a work order and predictive analytics capabilities that help make the purchasing and management of inventory much more easily and accurately.
Infor CloudSuite Pricing:
Infor does not publish its pricing information and licensing model online. However as with most ERP's like CloudSuite you can anticipate spending six to seven figures on your ERP software and implementation/support services.
Infor CloudSuite Customer Reviews: "Great tool! On time performance, reduced inventory levels by implementing lean practices using APS. We are able to have real time postings and financial tracking. The flexibility of the system allows each user to get the details and use the system very user friendly way. " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
What do the analyst say?
While Infor was listed as a Niche Player in the most recent Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management in 2021 they were also listed as a leader for Enterprise Asset Management (below) in 2019 for Enterprise Asset Management Software performance.
For asset-intensive organizations looking for both a cloud-based ERP and EAM solution, both Infor (and IFS) provide highly competitive solutions that span both ERP and EAM.
Infor was also featured as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Product-Centric Enterprises category in 2021.
In its 2021 Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises, Gartner notes that, “The ERP for product-centric enterprises market is accelerating its transition to cloud deployment models. ERP application leaders should use this Magic Quadrant to evaluate cloud ERP application suites as part of a composable ERP strategy.”
Infor's CloudSuite commitment to industry-specific ERP solutions, by delivering faster time to value is paying off in a big way and it's market share growth and analyst reviews are a direct reflection of this focus.
The M3 product came directly from the Lawson acquisition. M3 is a solid ERP for medium to large organizations within the chemicals, distribution, equipment rental/services/management, fashion and food and beverage industries.
Infor M3 Customer Reviews: "Great service overall from Infor, consultant team provided us with the right knowledge to learn the system and take ownership of configurations. Implementation Accelerators helped us start the project on the right track. The support Team from Infor has always been extremely responsive. Product and Development teams have done a fantastic job working on challenges we faced along the way. Moving to the M3 Cloud Edition provided us with hundreds of new features and APIs to streamline the business. What did not work well: The learning curve was quite steep for the Service Provider and us as the customer. A large number of enhancements to the software and architecture became difficult to keep up for everyone involved in the project. " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
Headquarters:Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Stock Ticker:SGPYY (OTCMKTS)
Number of Employees: 13,400
Annual Revenue:1.903 billion GBP
Sage Group, also commonly referred to as Sage, is a multinational ERP software company based in the UK and is UK's second-largest technology company and ranks #3 in ERP market share globally just behind SAP and Oracle.
Sage Financial Management & ERP Products
Sage 100 Cloud
Sage 300 Cloud
Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Overview (formerly X3)
Sage Business Cloud Enterprise (formerly X3) is Sage's flagship cloud-based ERP product laser-focused on delivering ERP solutions to companies in the 50-500 million in revenue that manufactures products and desires a tightly integrated set of applications including CRM, Accounting, Inventory, and Shopfloor management. PE and private family-owned companies tend to be a solid fit for X3 due to its attractive price point to license, implement and maintain as well as companies that are too big/complex for a tier 3 ERP solution (e.g. SAP BusinessOne or Intacct) but not so big/complex to require a tier 1 ERP (SAP /Oracle) sized solution either.
Sage Business Cloud Enterprise (formerly X3) Customer Reviews: "My overall experience has been superb with Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management (Formerly Sage X3). We can use vendor/customer creation, recurring, general ledger recurring, Bulk Item import, financial Budget, Requisition Approval console and purchase order and invoice creation. We can manage accounting, create a financial report and Item reports anywhere. We can lock period and year. We can use Year End closing feature for All Entry close. " Source: Gartner Peer Insights
Headquarters: Linkoping, Sweden
Number of Employees: 4,000
Annual Revenue: Unknown
IFS is a PE-held, European-based ERP company most North American ERP buyers have never heard of, however, IFS boasts over 4000 employees and over 10,000 customers worldwide.
IFS Cloud ERP tends to be a really great fit for businesses looking for a modern, cloud-based ERP solution that also requires tightly integrated Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Field Service Management (FSM) capabilities that can be deployed as part of a broader solution.
Given IFS's capabilities, they are laser-focused on serving the following industries: aerospace and defense; energy and utilities; food and beverage; engineering and construction; manufacturing; oil and gas; commercial services; high tech; telecommunications; and service industries within the 50M to 5B in revenues.
What do the analyst say?
IFS Cloud ERP was featured as a "Visionary" in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises in 2020 however didn't make it to the Magic Quadrant in 2021.
Headquarters: Austin, TX
Number of Employees: 4,100
Annual Revenue: Unknown
Epicor 2021.1 release has been rebranded as "Kinetic" likely influenced by the recent Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, private equity purchase. Epicor’s ERP has been refreshed and re-designed to be a more formidable competitor against modern cloud-based ERP leaders such as SAP and Oracle.
This update is largely focused on providing a better user experience that is designed to drive greater user efficiency and productivity, including enhanced search functionality which now includes predictive search results and other enhancements geared towards manufacturers that must be in compliance with the FDA and CMMC regulations.
What do the analyst say?
Epicor was featured as a "Visionary" in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises in 2021 however it was not featured in the Cloud Core Financial Management Suites with the likes of Oracle, NetSuite, Infor, and Microsoft.
Headquarters: Bellevue, WA
Number of Employees: 300
Annual Revenue: Unknown
Acumatica, like NetSuite, is an ERP application that was born in the cloud. Unlike legacy on-premise ERP applications that have re-tooled their software to run in a cloud environment.
Acumatica offers industry-specialized editions and sophisticated cross-module workflows to make businesses more efficient no matter where users need to access it. Acumatica specializes in the professional and industrial service industries, distribution, manufacturing, software and technology, retail, eCommerce, and construction.
User reviews mention customization, reporting, scalability, dashboards, ease of use, and access from anywhere. Some cons include an underwhelming email service, high maintenance needs, and issues with the canned report functionality.
What do the analyst say?
While not a leader according to Gartner, they did receive recognition as a "Niche Player" in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites in 2021 a move from the "Visionary" category from 2019 and 2020.
Headquarters: Johannesburg, South Africa
Number of Employees: 600
Annual Revenue: Unkonwn
SYSPRO offers industry specialized ERP for automotive, chemical, electronics, fabricated metals, food and beverage, industrial equipment, plastics and rubbers, medical devices, packaging, and furniture producers. It’s key features are order management, planning and scheduling, capacity planning, supply chain, production control, manufacturing ops, inventory management, cost control and traceability.
Benefits of SYSPRO mentioned by users include user-friendliness, scalability, excellent integration capabilities, customization options and great reporting. Some cons users bring up are lack of reporting functionality, issues with updates, search navigation, lack of customer support and issues with end-of-month billing scenarios.
Headquarters: Pleasanton, CA
Stock Ticker: NASDAQ: WDAY
Number of Employees: 3,700
Annual Revenue: $4.32B
Workday isn’t only for HR management – it also offers an ERP system with excellent human capital management capabilities. The recent acquisition of Adaptive Insights resulted in an even better product that specializes in planning and budgeting. Workday ERP serves organizations operating in technology, communications, manufacturing, healthcare, life sciences, higher education, financials, insurance, retail, media and entertainment, hospitality, professional and business services, energy.
Positive reviews bring up mobile accessibility, customer support, financial model building, frequent product updates, data organization, forecasting, ease of use, and robust budgeting.
Critical reviews mention issues with drill-down capabilities, limited dashboard formatting, struggles with multi-currency implementation, and some confusion between Excel and Workday’s UI.
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