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Apr 20 16

The Truth about SAP HANA

The Myths Debunked (Part 1)

Speed and performance are often thought to be the main incentives to switch to SAP HANA. But is there more to it than that? This blog series will deal with the four most common myths and uncover the real truth behind them.

The Myth: SAP HANA Is Primarily Intended to Accelerate Data Processing

SAP itself is partly responsible for this misconception. Initially, the company emphasized the ability of SAP HANA to crunch data in considerably less time than conventional database platforms. As a result, many enterprises believe that this is its main purpose. Now they are desperately trying to find a business case for the speed increase.

The Truth: Speed Is Just the Catalyst

While SAP HANA is indeed fast, this generally does not justify the costs of switching. By itself, accelerated data processing is not enough to build a convincing business case. What really matters is how an enterprise uses this speed and how it leverages the potential offered by innovations based on SAP HANA—the SAP S/4HANA business suite, for example.

Myth-One

It is important to react quickly and take full advantage of new trends and developments in the digital age. One of the main strengths of SAP HANA is that it provides businesses with the flexibility and agility needed to profit from big data and the Internet of Things. With SAP enhancements, and programming customized according to specific business needs, companies can more easily develop new business models and create additional revenue streams.

SAP HANA: Speed Is the Main Benefit

And beyond increased speed and flexibility, SAP HANA offers integration and simplification. It consolidates data from multiple sources to provide a single point of truth. This makes it far easier for users to obtain the data they need, when they need it, and accelerates insight to action. Decision making is strengthened as outcomes and impact can be instantly checked and evaluated using predictive analytics.

What’s more, new interfaces considerably improve the user experience. SAP Fiori requires little additional training and can be customized to increase efficiency and usability, for example.

A Matter of Misplaced Emphasis?

The focus is just on the wrong strength. Speed may be an advantage for some, but the real benefit of SAP HANA is its additional functionality and the new opportunities this opens up. That is what really makes businesses more competitive.

 

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Mar 24 16

SAP HANA Cloud Services: A Spotlight on Market Offerings

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More and more providers are launching their own packages for SAP HANA Cloud Services. Pricing, features, and the scope of services can vary significantly. How do you know which offer is the right one for your company?

Amazon, Microsoft, SAP, and itelligence: All of the industry’s major players have several variants of the SAP HANA Cloud Services in their portfolio. Their scope stretches from the bare technical infrastructure to the entire cloud environment certified for production use with SAP solutions.

Most of the starter packages merely provide the technical infrastructure, i.e. the servers on which companies can install their databases. A license for SAP HANA is not included, and support is rarely offered. In a comparison of the ‘big four’, itelligence is the only provider to operate, manage and maintain the customer’s SAP HANA instance as well as the hardware. Competitors only offer this from the medium price range upwards.

Flexible database sizes are not a given

Those who simply want to try out SAP HANA opt for the next category up. This package offers the SAP HANA license and database installation in addition to the server. At first glance, there appears to be little contrast between SAP HANA One (Amazon), the SAP HANA Cloud Platform DBaaS (SAP), the virtual machine and SAP Cloud Appliance Library (Microsoft), and the itelligence PMC. But upon closer inspection, you can recognize clear differences – in terms of memory size, for example.

Some offerings are limited to a 64 gigabyte database size. While this is adequate for running test and development environments, it is rarely suitable for production use. Moreover, with the exception of itelligence, no providers enable the chosen memory size to be scaled up or down flexibly. Adjustments are theoretically possible with SAP, but require a new contract or the choice of a new system category.

Major differences in scope of services

In the event of a problem, response times are crucial. If a business-critical application suddenly encounters issues, the error needs to be resolved within a matter of minutes. However, even in the premium price segments, Amazon and Microsoft only guarantee response times of a few hours. Promises of high availability attempt to make up for this, but the majority of providers can only ensure that the server runs – which is of little use if the operating system or business application crash. itelligence and SAP guarantee 99.5 percent availability. This includes the possibility for users to log in to the installed system and work with the essential functions.

A closer look at the small print in the contract shows that the supposedly cheap offerings are simply not suitable for most purposes. Support, assistance for implementation and operation, and a site that complies with data protection policy are all critical factors that decision-makers should bear in mind when switching to SAP HANA Cloud Services.

The main offerings in detail

A new expert paper can help you to find your way in the market melee. It closely scrutinizes the major providers’ current offerings, and evaluates the validity of their sales arguments. It is an important decision-making aid for any IT executive.

– From Ulrich Meine, Director Product Management Hosting, itelligence AG –

SAP HANA® Cloud Services: Spotlight on Market Offerings 

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Mar 7 16

How can my business profit from Big Data?

Big Data

 

You are a business leader and want to use Big Data to get important business insights? Our information portal answers your pressing questions and helps with innovative cloud solutions.

How to gain from Big Data

According to a forecast by research firm International Data Corp. (IDC), the Big Data market will grow 23% till 2019, meaning that by 2019, companies will spend nearly 50Billion US-Dollars on business data each year.

Especially the Internet of Things (IoT) – turning everyday objects into smart machines that collect and use information – will be one of the key elements that will turn Big Data from an innovation to a necessity.

Cloud solutions therefore play a big role as they manage to detach the data from local servers and central office desks. Instead, you can obtain, work with and view data from your tablet, smartphone or laptop wherever you are.

Furthermore, instead of reshaping your local infrastructure over and over again to cover the demand, the scalability of cloud infrastructure helps your company to adapt to new data-driven business models in no time.

Be on top of the Internet of Things

The IoT is the combination of data and workflows, resulting in processes that can be optimized while they’re running. If you add sensors to your machinery, you can control workflows but also learn from them, obtain information on how your company uses the machines and how their use can be optimized.

Even though most media are talking about smart kitchens and Wearables, the real force of the IoT lies within business intelligence and workflow-optimization

Learn how to use the Internet of Things for your company’s success. Read our free eBook and effectively manage the new digital transformation.

However, to ensure real-time access to your data, cloud based solutions and infrastructures are best suited, especially as the amount of data will grow exponentially in the next few years.

Be smart about Data

Big Data is only the beginning. To truly gain business intelligence from the information your employees, your customers and your machinery generate, you need to be able to analyze and report data. All in all, you need to turn Big Data into Smart Data to truly gain an advantage on the market.

The workflows involved to gather, store and process Big Data need to be fast and automatized. You don’t have time for employees to pour over lists of data sets to find true insights. You need software instead that will give your employees the right business reports that will help your company grow.

If you have any additional questions around innovative cloud solutions, visit our cloud information portal. We are actively listening to your questions and addressing them with information based on our customers’ firsthand experiences and from top industry resources.

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Mar 1 16

How can I rapidly and successfully realize innovation?

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You are a business leader and want to bring your company to the forefront of the market (or keep it there)? Our information portal answers your pressing questions and helps with innovative solutions.

Innovation is the key to not only success in the market but also durability. Only innovative businesses can make sure that they can weather the rapid changes of digital evolution and the fluid changes of customer relationships via social media and mobile marketing. Innovation is the evolutionary advantage for today’s businesses.

But how can you ensure the foundation for innovation? How can you create an environment that fosters creativity and enhances the realization of ideas?

1. Be flexible

Innovation requires mobility and flexibility to change directions and try new ones if necessary. Cloud solutions enable you and your company to adapt to new developments due to the scalability of this new technology. Additionally, you can reach your customers, partners and suppliers in new ways and make sure they can reach you whichever way they prefer. Need all your data on the go? Thanks to the cloud you’re taking your desk with you wherever you are.

According to a study by Oxford Economics, 74% of business and IT executives believe that innovation happens somewhat or mostly through the use of cloud technologies.

2. Be fast

Whether it is data analysis or traffic demands, the cloud helps you react immediately to changes on the market, in customer behavior and with work demands. Cloud technologies can give you the fastest workflows, reports and reaction times that you and your customers desire. You want processes to be faster? You want analysis now and not tomorrow? You don’t have to wait for your ideas to take shape if you use the cloud.

Adapt to change faster than ever before.

Learn about new opportunities by combining technology and your individual strategies. Don’t see digitalization as a disruption, see it as an opportunity. Read the whitepaper and gain information on leadership strategies and best practices. Download the free white paper for valuableCloud industry insights.

3. Be intuitive

Big Data is the currency of today’s market. As much as innovation is the key to success, information is key to innovation. But Big Data needs to be turned into smart data to fully realize its potential. Cloud solutions can help to speed up analysis but also to give data a direction. If you know about your customer’s behavior and the evolution of the market, you can foresee future trends and movements and you can adapt your business towards them. Use cloud technology to give your intuition a foundation.

The digital world makes way for new opportunities

How can you explore new markets and opportunities in the speed of light? Our DANONE success story shows you how the company gained consumer-friendly applications with the SAP HANA Cloud Platform.

If you have any additional questions around innovative cloud solutions, visit our cloud information portal. We are actively listening to your questions and addressing them with information based on our customers’ firsthand experiences and from top industry resources.

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Feb 17 16

How can my business profit from Big Data?

Cloud

You are a business leader and want to use Big Data to get important business insights? Our information portal answers your pressing questions and helps with innovative cloud solutions.

How to gain from Big Data

According to a forecast by research firm International Data Corp. (IDC), the Big Data market will grow 23% till 2019, meaning that by 2019, companies will spend nearly 50Billion US-Dollars on business data each year.

Especially the Internet of Things (IoT) – turning everyday objects into smart machines that collect and use information – will be one of the key elements that will turn Big Data from an innovation to a necessity.

Cloud solutions therefore play a big role as they manage to detach the data from local servers and central office desks. Instead, you can obtain, work with and view data from your tablet, smartphone or laptop wherever you are.

Furthermore, instead of reshaping your local infrastructure over and over again to cover the demand, the scalability of cloud infrastructure helps your company to adapt to new data-driven business models in no time.

Be on top of the Internet of Things

The IoT is the combination of data and workflows, resulting in processes that can be optimized while they’re running. If you add sensors to your machinery, you can control workflows but also learn from them, obtain information on how your company uses the machines and how their use can be optimized.

Even though most media are talking about smart kitchens and Wearables, the real force of the IoT lies within business intelligence and workflow-optimization.

Learn how to use the Internet of Things for your company’s success. Read our free eBook and effectively manage the new digital transformation.

Click here for more insights

However, to ensure real-time access to your data, cloud based solutions and infrastructures are best suited, especially as the amount of data will grow exponentially in the next few years.

Be smart about Data

Big Data is only the beginning. To truly gain business intelligence from the information your employees, your customers and your machinery generate, you need to be able to analyze and report data. All in all, you need to turn Big Data into Smart Data to truly gain an advantage on the market.

The workflows involved to gather, store and process Big Data need to be fast and automatized. You don’t have time for employees to pour over lists of data sets to find true insights. You need software instead that will give your employees the right business reports that will help your company grow.

The post  “How can my business profit from Big Data?” appeared first on http://itelligencegroup.com/uk – an NTT DATA company, and has been republished with permission.

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Feb 16 16

SAP S/4HANA Unraveled: How Logistics Evolved into the Digital Core|Axel Sieker

SAP S4 HANA Logo

In November 2015, the next-generation business suite reached a pivotal moment in its development. The release of SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management brings new logistics functionality to the table and aims at complete simplification of ERP landscapes.

In the final post of this blog series, we will explore what SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management actually offers and whether it can give businesses the competitive edge in the digital age.

Tap the Full Potential of SAP S/4HANA

SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management is built as the digital core for digital business and encompasses essential functionality for all lines of business. It covers all areas of logistics and material requirements planning (MRP), from inventory and warehouse management to material valuation and production planning. This new release brings us another large step towards a business suite entirely based on the SAP HANA in-memory platform. But what does this mean for enterprises?

In March, we witnessed the rollout of SAP S/4HANA Finance, which promises to take finance management to the next level and features virtually all of the familiar functions of SAP Business Suite. With the introduction of SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management, on the other hand, these functions will be gradually replaced by new ones in order to more fully take advantage of the capabilities of SAP S/4HANA.

A New Direction? Rethinking the Business Suite

Our initial evaluation has revealed that pricing functionality and output determination have been completely redesigned, and database tables have been simplified and integrated. Moreover, SAP is eliminating redundant system design. As an example, customer and vendor master data objects are replaced by the familiar concept of business partners (e.g. in CRM, SRM or GTS). This means that, increasingly, functions are being simplified and harmonized, unlocking the potential to deliver new functionality. Powered by the strength of the SAP HANA database, the integration of analytical and transactional data (OLAP and OLTP) will enable predictive analytics for materials planning, for example. What’s more, the new simplified table design and the elimination of aggregates and indexes increase user-friendliness and provide a considerable boost to performance. We predict that this development will continue through 2016 and gather pace in the coming years.

But new customers are not the only ones who can look forward to new functions and processes. Enterprises already using SAP ERP can also benefit from this new approach and the realization of a simple, but powerful, integrated business suite. Businesses should first carry out feasibility studies to ensure that upcoming process changes and new programs can be migrated to SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management, and whether the new asset accounting or the business partner functions can be introduced, for example.

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Feb 10 16

How can I predict and successfully implement business changes?

business

How can I predict and successfully implement business changes?  You are a business leader and want to use business intelligence to predict changes in the market to adapt and capitalize on them? Our information portal answers your pressing questions and helps with innovative cloud solutions. BI: more than data Is data the currency of the 21st century? No, but it is the material that the currency is made of. With information being the true currency, you need to be able to turn data (and Big Data) into knowledge. Cloud solutions are the best way to collect, categorize, sort and interpret data and therefore influence future business decisions, make predictions on customer behavior and furthermore make fast changes reality in your company. With the rise of obtainable data from customers, business analytics and market developments, Big Data plays a bigger role in everyday management.

Analyze: from Big Data to Smart Data

However, the bigger the data, the harder the condensation into Smart Data, meaning useful data sets that will help your company to be fast, flexible and innovative according to the demands of customers, business partners and the market. You don’t need to look for the needle in the hay if your software does the searching for you. “To find the nuggets of wisdom held therein, they require tools such as predictive analytics to mine them”, Ben Kerschberg writes about Big Data for Forbes.com. Cloud based tools can weather the rising amount of data, the power needed to process it and the storage space to keep it save and available at any time, any place.

Visualize: make intelligent predictions

However, cloud business software does not only provide the analysis of Big Data but also visualizes it, reducing time and stress to make sense of abstract figures and numbers. But according to a Forbes article from 2014, most companies still don’t make enough use of visualized business data. “Almost half the companies (45%) fill reporting needs through manual extraction and data cleansing tools, feeding the information to spreadsheets or PDF formats.

Realize: distribute knowledge to the right people

Knowing and using business insights are two different things and quite often, companies already have the knowledge but lack the network to make use of it. The cloud offers the best reporting software to enable mobile workflows and distribute information to the right channels. Who needs customer data, who can work with market predictions and who will transform data on the company’s logistics? 57% of companies expect that in three years (by the end of 2017) cloud will have an impact on increased agility and responsiveness to customers. What else will evolve due to the cloud? Read more: The cloud’s enduring promise. If you want to be agile and flexible in the market, you need to know what is going to happen next and you need to act on it. With the right software, you don’t need to follow trends because everyone does – you can make your own trends.

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Feb 5 16

SAP S/4HANA unraveled: Can Efficient Finance Management Take You to the Top? | Dr. Axel Sieker

SAP S4 Finance

SAP S/4HANA unraveled: Can Efficient Finance Management Take You to the Top?

When evaluating an IT solution, you can draw several parallels with sporting disciplines. Speed, power, agility: These are the attributes that make for great athletes and successful software alike. In this blog post I will examine SAP S/4HANA Finance, the first solution for the next-generation business suite, and see whether it can really give businesses a head start.

Is SAP S/4HANA Finance a true all-rounder?

The decathlon is a grueling contest. Comprising ten running, jumping, and throwing events, it is a sport that requires an all-round athlete. Similarly, effective financial management requires solutions that are fast, powerful, precise, and reliable. The new generation of software from SAP promises to deliver by combining its leading products with SAP HANA and SAP Fiori technology.

Increasingly, I see businesses that have grown in size and complexity and find themselves having to ‘hop’ between diverse systems to obtain the data they need. This is both frustrating and time-consuming. SAP S/4HANA Finance provides a single source of information for all accounting entries by merging finance and controlling. Data is no longer stored in silos, but all in one system.

The advantage is that more organizations will be able to respond to requests for financial reports in real time. According to a recent survey by CFO Research, only 12 percent of respondents could do this – meaning that by the time the analysis is generated, it is already out of date.

Most companies I’ve visited required several separate programs for month-end closing. But with SAP S/4HANA Finance you require fewer additional programs, which saves users time and effort, and reduces IT costs. It automatically posts financial statements online, cutting out several monthly closing processes altogether.

S/4HANA Finance has been the first module of the radical new SAP S/4HANA ERP system. The itelligence Expert, Dr. Axel Sieker, compared S/4HANA Finance with a decathlon athlete – explore his findings here.

Still several hurdles to overcome?

However, not all processes are automated yet: While the central system significantly simplifies accounting processes, some month-end closing tasks still have to be performed by running special programs. SAP interfaces are undergoing a transformation, but with the current release, we still haven’t reached the point where working exclusively with SAP Fiori apps is a possibility. Find out more.

What SAP S/4HANA Finance can do, however, is accelerate accounting processes, freeing up more time to focus on other important tasks. It makes finance easier and less error-prone. Furthermore, with the experience of itelligence, existing SAP customers can enjoy a non-disruptive switch to SAP S/4HANA.

Given that SAP S/4HANA Finance is a revolutionary development based on brand-new technology, it is probably the most stable SAP product I’ve ever seen. That is why I view the introduction of the new business suite as one of the most exciting changes in the SAP consulting business in the past two decades. And we’re only at the start. On your marks!

 

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The article was written by Dr. Axel Sieker and originally appeared at  itelligencegroup.com/uk – an NTT DATA company, and has been republished with permission.

 

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Feb 1 16

SAP S/4HANA unraveled: What SAPFiori and a designer handbag have in common | Axel Rosenthal

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Like a designer handbag, the new user interface (UI) for SAP S/4HANA looks attractive and packs a variety of handy features. But is it really an improvement? And how can your enterprise benefit from it?

These are just two of the questions currently surrounding SAP S/4HANA. To decipher the mystery, this blog series will take a closer look at the next-generation business suite for the digital economy, with the aim of uncovering its true purpose and value. In this post, I examine SAP Fiori, the new user experience.

A whole bag of tricks – What can you expect from SAP Fiori?

SAP Fiori is not just a flash in the pan. Rather like a designer handbag, it has a high-quality look and feel, and contains many useful tools to help you perform your daily tasks on the go. Upon launch in mid-2013 it featured a collection of around 25 apps. This has since snowballed into an offering of over 500 apps, ranging from accounting and CRM, to travel and expenses.

But its main difference is its leanness. In contrast to the thousands of options in SAP GUI, SAP Fiori can be personalized, letting you select the apps that you really need. The idea is to provide a new user experience – one that is clear, consistent, streamlined, and more fun to work with. Its design concept has even won a Red Dot Award. Furthermore, SAP Fiori is responsive and adapts to the device you are using – so you can use your applications anytime, anywhere.

This is a radical departure from previous business software UIs. I’ve had plenty of experience working with various user interfaces that, while offering a huge number of features, are complex and cumbersome. In line with the SAP S/4HANA concept ‘Run Simple’, the focus has now shifted to user-friendliness, mobility and flexibility. SAP Fiori promises to boost company productivity, and put an end to the frustration of complicated, confusing UIs.

But is less really more? The downsides of the new approach

On the other hand, simplicity has its drawbacks. The current range of apps available for SAP Fiori has not yet sparked a huge amount of enthusiasm among customers. Several functions had to be sacrificed to make the solution lean. The result is that the UX currently lacks the ability to map some important business processes.

And while SAP Fiori can work with many diverse clients, some of its apps may have to be modified to suit individual needs. This makes for more work and higher costs in the initial stages. However, itelligence offers expert support that takes the needs of the business and the users into account, as well as the technology. This helps to make the implementation phase run more smoothly.

With the roll-out of SAP Fiori 2.0 on the horizon, we should soon see a platform that can map even the more complex business processes. For now though, SAP Fiori offers an attractive, customizable package of practical, lightweight tools that you can access while out and about – just like a handbag.

 

Watch  SAP Fiori compared to a handbag by Axel Rosenthal, Expert Developer at itelligence Cologne for more insights about SAP Fiori.

 

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The article was written by Axel Rosenthal and originally appeared at itelligencegroup.com/uk – an NTT DATA company, and has been republished with permission.

 

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Jan 29 16

SAP S/4HANA unraveled: Solving the Mystery of the Next-Generation Business Suite | Christian Schmidt

 

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SAP has made a potentially game-changing decision, and it has got many people talking: The IT giant has completely reinvented its business suite with the rollout of SAP S/4HANA. But why make such a radical move? How does the new offering differ from the old? What advantages does it offer?

This blog series will address these questions and more, by scrutinizing the brand-new generation of enterprise software, its user interface (UI) and benefits. Firstly, we will be looking at why we need SAP S/4HANA in today’s world, and how it can open new doors for businesses.

How to prosper in the digital age

In the past, SAP made incremental changes to its software suite, improving upon existing technology. They knew what their customers wanted – and they delivered. Today, however, this “safe” approach no longer cuts it. The reason: It doesn’t allow for radical innovations in line with current demands, such as connecting business models with the Internet of Things. To compete in a rapidly changing playing field, organizations need to adapt. This involves taking advantage of big data, sensor technology, and other digital enterprise developments.

This is why SAP has taken a bold leap, and attempted to create a state-of-the-art business suite for the modern world. SAP S/4HANA aims to boost efficiency and productivity through its new and streamlined functionalities, intuitive UI, and highly granular representation of data. Applications based on in-memory database technology enable real-time analysis, simulation, and decision making, even in big data environments. These are the developments that should make organizations better equipped to capitalize on the digital transformation.

A quiet revolution?

I believe SAP has taken a smart approach with the progression of SAP S/4HANA releases. First came SAP S/4HANA Finance, which we will look at in more detail in an upcoming blog post in this series. Next came the logistics solution Enterprise Management. This is an area in which SAP has proven itself to be extremely successful, and where it has an unparalleled understanding of processes.

Starting with a less complex module has allowed SAP and itelligence to gain valuable experience working with the new software. We can now make the transformation much less disruptive for everyone – so the revolution will be a quiet one.

It has been a steep learning curve: In our first SAP S/4HANA projects, implementation was sometimes difficult and riddled with complications. However, the close, long-standing partnership between SAP and itelligence helped us to quickly iron out the issues.

While reinventing a whole business suite is a daring strategy, I am confident SAP made the right move at the right time. SAP S/4HANA eliminates the technical limitations of previous products, and truly reshapes enterprise IT. How exactly does it achieve this? We will answer this question in greater detail in the upcoming posts.

Watch the The Secrets behind S/4 HANA report by Christian Schmidt, Global Director In-memory Technology at intelligence for more insights about SAP S/4 HANA.

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The article was written by Christian Smidth and originally appeared at Itelligencegroup.com/uk – an NTT DATA company, and has been republished with permission.

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