How EDI Powers the Supply Chain

EDI Supply Chain

Few combinations in the technology world go together better than EDI and the supply chain. In fact, the EDI-supply chain combination is what ultimately drives global commerce today.

Here is everything you need to know about EDI software in the Supply Chain:


What is the Definition of EDI in the Supply Chain?

Defining EDI’s Role in Supply Chain Management

EDI acts as a digital language for computers, streamlining the exchange of information and data. This communication is sent in a standardized format (e.g AS2, X12, ANSI X12 vs EDIFACT)  that all involved parties agree upon and may include information regarding:

  • Shipping details
  • Inventory levels
  • Product specifications
  • Order updates 
  • Payment 

EDI in the supply chain standardizes supplier transactions, lowering the risk of human error, miscommunication, improper shipments, and other errors. This is especially useful for large retailers, manufacturers, and logistics organizations who deal with a wide range of suppliers in their supply chain. Additionally, because EDI is a widely adopted standard, it can facilitate communication and transactions between companies that may use different systems internally.

By using digital, automated processing, companies are immensely more efficient and eco-friendly. This is because they eliminate the need for expensive, slow, and error-prone manual labor, as well as reliance on paper-centric processing. EDI allows transportation and logistics companies, manufacturers, and other businesses to exchange information 24/7, multiple times per day. And with the resurgence in popularity of API integration, companies can exchange information near-instantaneously, further increasing processing speed.

In summary, EDI is the business language that unites every participant in supply chains and helps today's companies provide better and more transparent service to their customers.

How do Supply Chain Companies use EDI? 

Any supply-chain-centric business will run into EDI in some way, shape, or form (even the ones that primarily rely on non-EDI data exchange), and it's those companies that take advantage of modern EDI software that will thrive in a landscape transformed by digital and e-commerce channels and revolutionized by Amazon. In the context of supply chain management, EDI can help streamline and automate many of the processes involved in ordering, shipping, and invoicing goods. This can lead to improved communication, reduced errors, and increased efficiency throughout the supply chain.

It's no secret that EDI providers and the supply chain are a natural fit. Modern EDI systems allow supply chain companies to give improved service that is fully transparent to customers. Being able to have visibility throughout a business ecosystem is fundamental to success, which is why moving away from clunky, cumbersome, legacy systems is vital.

EDI Supply Chain Industries

Benefits of Upgrading your EDI for Enhanced Supply Chain Management (SCM)

There are many different reasons that supply chain companies use EDI within their enterprise. From saving countless amounts of money to improving speed, accuracy, and efficiency, EDI capability remains incredibly useful.

  1. Cost Savings: A streamlined documentation process helps companies comply with EDI service standards, which helps to avoid fines due to SLA violations, delays, and other performance gaps.
  2. Speed: EDI allows enterprises to cut processing time remarkably through automation, speeding up business cycles. EDI order processing substituting for traditional order-to-shipment cycles, in particular, can be cut by 50 percent to 60 percent. 
  3. Accuracy / Error Reduction: Manual processing can lead to errors that cause significant financial losses for businesses. Human intervention and manual data entry increase the likelihood of mistakes. Implementing EDI within the supply chain automates transactions with trading partners, minimizing the chances of miscommunications, human errors, incorrect data, and slow responses. This standardization is particularly beneficial for large businesses that work with numerous trading partners, as it streamlines and simplifies processing.
  4. Efficiency: EDI is proven to be fast and accurate, which is why it's such a popular integration and automation method to enterprises everywhere. 
  5. Security: Companies can feel safe and secure when they have an EDI model in place. In fact, EDI solutions are designed to ensure security and only allow strict access to authorized users, and are usually equipped with archive tracking and audit trail capabilities.

4 Future Trends in EDI for Supply Chain Management

From outdated IT infrastructure to operational silos, many IT obstacles are standing in an enterprise's way of executing at its maximum capacity.

While EDI remains one of them for too many organizations due to legacy and homegrown solutions, a number are realizing the business value of the B2B data exchange that EDI tools enable.

It's those that are turning to modern integration platforms to better manage their ecosystems and thus, their supply chains, too:

Here are some EDI trends permeating supply chain management workflows and how companies are working to address them to gain the aforementioned benefits and grow their businesses.

Trend #1 The Marriage of EDI and APIs

EDI and APIs have been considered adversaries as of late.

But as critical as EDI is to an organization, APIs are just as integral.

APIs offer additional communication flexibility, so you can more easily exchange data with cloud-based apps and other digital ecosystem systems.

Instead of having to choose one over the other, companies are learning the power of EDI and API technologies working together.

If you plan on evolving and growing your business, then supporting EDI and API-based processes simultaneously will give you the flexibility to support everything from legacy B2B technologies to SaaS applications and cloud storage platforms.

The reality is that you shouldn't have to pick one or the other, as they largely augment each other. 

Trend #2 IT Skills Evolution

As cloud computing continues to infiltrate enterprise IT, the need for highly skilled professionals cannot be understated.

Someone that is properly trained and able to handle EDI integration requests across an environment is extremely valuable in today's modern enterprise.

The problem is that these skilled IT professionals aren't exactly easy to come by, and in fact, the necessary skill sets are rapidly evolving.

Traditional EDI analyst roles, for example, are evolving into business analyst roles, where they work less on actual EDI data mapping or configuring partner requirements and more on overall trend analysis.

These team members will ultimately embrace what the EDI data is telling them to improve partner relationships and design strategies for enhanced business outcomes.

Trend #3 The Amazon Effect

The Amazon Effect certainly has disrupted retail and e-commerce industries, and many longtime business stalwarts, including Sears and Toys R Us, have been caught flat-footed and negatively impacted. But Amazon's stringent supplier demands also have transformed how logistics, fulfillment, distribution, and manufacturing companies do business.

In fact, Amazon bailing on its HQ2 project is having another Amazon effect all its own.

At the end of the day, the Amazon effect has shown us that companies in any industry must ensure that the customer experience not only meets expectations but in most cases, exceeds them.

Amazon changed the game with competitive pricing and lightning-fast shipping to real-time tracking and mobile support, and now providing all those things - while making yourself as easy to do business with - is of the utmost importance.

Trend #4 The Modernization of EDI

Yes, EDI has been around for quite some time now, but maturity can be a good thing!

EDI's evolved over the years and certainly is more than just a standardized data format.

It's a set of processes that ecosystem interaction and broader business value.

EDI involves securing and governing data flows that drive the bottom line.

It's managing partner relationships and consistently improving on the business processes that matter. It's also supporting all the non-EDI and ad-hoc data flows that your ecosystem throws at you.

Today's EDI technology arms companies with a platform to better execute these supply chain challenges in a modern way.



Supply Chain EDI Transactions

Throughout many industries, including manufacturing, transportation, and wholesale, EDI transactions are standardized business documents. From customers to trading partners, companies will exchange those very documents by using EDI standards to automate and streamline purchase orders, invoices, acknowledgments, payments, tracking, and more.

Each EDI document also includes a minimum amount of important data that would leave the document useless without it. There are strict EDI formatting rules that must also be followed because they help to define how and where each part of the document will be found and used. 

Transportation and Logistics

EDI 104: Air Shipment Information
EDI 106: Motor Carrier Rate Proposal
EDI 107: Request for Motor Carrier Rate Proposal
EDI 108: Response to a Motor Carrier Rate Proposal
EDI 109: Vessel Content Details
EDI 110: Air Freight Details and Invoice
EDI 120: Vehicle Shipping Order
EDI 121: Vehicle Service
EDI 125: Multilevel Railcar Load Details
EDI 126: Vehicle Application Advice
EDI 127: Vehicle Baying Order
EDI 128: Dealer Information
EDI 129: Vehicle Carrier Rate Update
EDI 160: Transportation Automatic Equipment Identification
EDI 161: Train Sheet
EDI 163: Transportation Appointment Schedule Information
EDI 204: Motor Carrier Load Tender
EDI 210: Motor Carrier Freight Details and Invoice
EDI 211: Motor Carrier Bill of Lading
EDI 212: Motor Carrier Delivery Trailer Manifest
EDI 213: Motor Carrier Shipment Status Inquiry
EDI 214: Transportation Carrier Ship. Status Message
EDI 215: Motor Carrier Pick-up Manifest
EDI 216: Motor Carrier Shipment Pick-up Notification
EDI 217: Motor Carrier Loading and Route Guide
EDI 219: Logistics Service Request
EDI 220: Logistics Service Response
EDI 222: Cartage Work Assignment
EDI 223: Consolidators Freight Bill and Invoice
EDI 224: Motor Carrier Summary Freight Bill Manifest
EDI 225: Response to a Cartage Work Assignment
EDI 227: Trailer Usage Report
EDI 228: Equipment Inspection Report
EDI 240: Motor Carrier Package Status
EDI 250: Purchase Order Shipment Management Document
EDI 300: Reservation (Booking Request) (Ocean)
EDI 301: Confirmation (Ocean)
EDI 303: Booking Cancellation (Ocean)
EDI 304: Shipping Instructions
EDI 309: Customs Manifest
EDI 310: Freight Receipt and Invoice (Ocean)
EDI 311: Canada Customs Information
EDI 312: Arrival Notice (Ocean)
EDI 313: Shipment Status Inquiry (Ocean)
EDI 315: Status Details (Ocean)
EDI 317: Delivery/Pickup Order
EDI 319: Terminal Information
EDI 322: Terminal Operations and Intermodal Ramp Activity
EDI 323: Vessel Schedule and Itinerary (Ocean)
EDI 324: Vessel Stow Plan (Ocean)
EDI 325: Consolidation of Goods in Container
EDI 326: Consignment Summary List
EDI 350: Customs Status Information
EDI 352: U.S. Customs Carrier General Order Status
EDI 353: Customs Events Advisory Details
EDI 354: U.S. Customs Auto. Manifest Archive Status
EDI 355: U.S. Customs Acceptance/Rejection
EDI 356: U.S. Customs Permit to Transfer Request
EDI 357: U.S. Customs In-Bond Information
EDI 358: Customs Consist Information
EDI 359: Customs Customer Profile Management
EDI 361: Carrier Interchange Agreement (Ocean)
EDI 404: Rail Carrier Shipment Information
EDI 410: Rail Carrier Freight Details and Invoice
EDI 412: Trailer or Container Repair Billing
EDI 414: Rail Carhire Settlements
EDI 417: Rail Carrier Waybill Interchange
EDI 418: Rail Advance Interchange Consist
EDI 419: Advance Car Disposition
EDI 420: Car Handling Information
EDI 421: Estimated Time of Arrival & Car Scheduling
EDI 422: Equipment Order
EDI 423: Rail Industrial Switch List
EDI 424: Rail Carrier Services Settlement
EDI 425: Rail Waybill Request
EDI 426: Rail Revenue Waybill
EDI 429: Railroad Retirement Activity
EDI 431: Railroad Station Master File
EDI 432: Rail Deprescription
EDI 433: Railroad Reciprocal Switch File
EDI 434: Railroad Mark Register Update Activity
EDI 435: Standard Transportation Commodity Code Master
EDI 436: Locomotive Information
EDI 437: Railroad Junctions & Interchanges Activity
EDI 440: Shipment Weights
EDI 451: Railroad Event Report
EDI 452: Railroad Problem Log Inquiry or Advice
EDI 453: Railroad Service Commitment Advice
EDI 455: Railroad Parameter Trace Registration
EDI 456: Railroad Equipment Inquiry or Advice
EDI 460: Railroad Price Distribution Request or Response
EDI 463: Rail Rate Reply
EDI 466: Rate Request
EDI 468: Rate Docket Journal Log
EDI 470: Railroad Clearance
EDI 475: Rail Route File Maintenance
EDI 485: Ratemaking Action
EDI 486: Rate Docket Expiration
EDI 490: Rate Group Definition
EDI 492: Miscellaneous Rates
EDI 494: Rail Scale Rates
EDI 601: U.S. Customs Export Shipment Information
EDI 603: Transportation Equipment Registration
EDI 715: Intermodal Group Loading Plan
EDI 854: Shipment Delivery Discrepancy Info.
EDI 858: Shipment Information
EDI 859: Freight Invoice
EDI 920: Loss or Damage Claim: Gen. Commodities
EDI 924: Loss or Damage Claim: Motor Vehicle
EDI 925: Claim Tracer
EDI 926: Claim Status Report and Tracer Reply
EDI 928: Automotive Inspection Detail
EDI 980: Functional Group Totals
EDI 990: Response to a Load Tender
EDI 998: Set Cancellation

Manufacturing and Retail

EDI 101: Name and Address Lists
EDI 140: Product Registration
EDI 141: Product Service Claim Response
EDI 142: Product Service Claim
EDI 143: Product Service Notification
EDI 159: Motion Picture Booking Confirmation
EDI 170: Revenue Receipts Statement
EDI 180: Return Merchandise Authorization & Notification
EDI 244: Product Source Information
EDI 290: Cooperative Advertising Agreements
EDI 503: Pricing History
EDI 504: Clauses and Provisions
EDI 620: Excavation Communication
EDI 625: Well Information
EDI 753: Request For Routing Instructions
EDI 754: Routing Instructions
EDI 816: Organizational Relationships
EDI 818: Commission Sales Report
EDI 830: Planning Schedule w/ Release Capability
EDI 832: Price/Sales Catalog
EDI 840: Request for Quotation
EDI 841: Specifications/Technical Information
EDI 842: Nonconformance Report
EDI 843: Response to Request for Quotation
EDI 845: Price Authorization Acknowledgment/Status
EDI 846: Inventory Inquiry/Advice
EDI 847: Material Claim
EDI 848: Material Safety Data Sheet
EDI 850: Purchase Order
EDI 851: Asset Schedule
EDI 852: Product Activity Data
EDI 853: Routing and Carrier Instruction
EDI 855: Purchase Order Acknowledgment
EDI 856: Ship Notice/Manifest
EDI 857: Shipment and Billing Notice
EDI 860: Purchase Order Change Request: Buyer Initiated
EDI 861: Receiving Advice/Acceptance Certificate
EDI 862: Shipping Schedule
EDI 863: Report of Test Results
EDI 865: Purchase Order Change Acknowledgment/Request: Seller Initiated
EDI 866: Production Sequence
EDI 867: Product Transfer and Resale Report
EDI 869: Order Status Inquiry
EDI 870: Order Status Report
EDI 873: Commodity Movement Services
EDI 874: Commodity Movement Services Response
EDI 875: Grocery Products Purchase Order
EDI 876: Grocery Products Purchase Order Change
EDI 877: Manufacturer Coupon Family Code Structure
EDI 878: Product Authorization/De-authorization
EDI 879: Price Information
EDI 881: Manufacturer Coupon Redemption Detail
EDI 882: Direct Store Delivery Summary Information
EDI 883: Market Development Fund Allocation
EDI 884: Market Development Fund Settlement
EDI 885: Retail Account Characteristics
EDI 886: Customer Call Reporting
EDI 887: Coupon Notification
EDI 888: Item Maintenance
EDI 889: Promotion Announcement
EDI 890: Contract & Rebate Management
EDI 891: Deduction Research Report
EDI 893: Item Information Request
EDI 894: Delivery/Return Base Record
EDI 895: Delivery/Return Acknowledgment or Adjustment
EDI 896: Product Dimension Maintenance
EDI 940: Warehouse Shipping Order
EDI 943: Warehouse Stock Transfer Shipment Advice
EDI 944: Warehouse Stock Transfer Receipt Advice
EDI 945: Warehouse Shipping Advice
EDI 947: Warehouse Inventory Adjustment Advice


EDI 130: Student Educational Record (Transcript)
EDI 131: Student Educational Record (Transcript) Acknowledgment
EDI 132: Human Resource Information
EDI 133: Educational Institution Record
EDI 135: Student Aid Origination Record
EDI 138: Education Testing and Prospect Request and Report
EDI 139: Student Loan Guarantee Result
EDI 144: Student Loan Transfer and Status Verification
EDI 146: Request for Student Educational Record (Transcript)
EDI 147: Response to Request for Student Educational Record (Transcript)
EDI 155: Business Credit Report
EDI 188: Educational Course Inventory
EDI 189: Application for Admission to Educational Institutions
EDI 190: Student Enrollment Verification
EDI 191: Student Loan Pre-Claims and Claims
EDI 197: Real Estate Title Evidence
EDI 198: Loan Verification Information
EDI 199: Real Estate Settlement Information
EDI 200: Mortgage Credit Report
EDI 201: Residential Loan Application
EDI 202: Secondary Mortgage Market Loan Delivery
EDI 203: Secondary Mortgage Market Investor Report
EDI 205: Mortgage Note
EDI 206: Real Estate Inspection
EDI 245: Real Estate Tax Service Response
EDI 248: Account Assignment/Inquiry & Service/Status
EDI 259: Residential Mortgage Insurance Explanation of Benefits
EDI 260: Application for Mortgage Insurance Benefits
EDI 261: Real Estate Information Request
EDI 262: Real Estate Information Report
EDI 263: Residential Mortgage Insurance Application Response
EDI 264: Mortgage Loan Default Status
EDI 265: Real Estate Title Insurance Services Order
EDI 266: Mortgage or Property Record Change Notification
EDI 810: Invoice
EDI 811: Consolidated Service Invoice/Statement
EDI 812: Credit/Debit Adjustment
EDI 814: General Request, Response, or Confirmation
EDI 819: Joint Interest Billing and Operating Expense Statement
EDI 820: Payment Order/Remittance Advice
EDI 821: Financial Information Reporting
EDI 822: Account Analysis
EDI 823: Lockbox
EDI 824: Application Advice
EDI 827: Financial Return Notice
EDI 828: Debit Authorization
EDI 829: Payment Cancellation Request
EDI 831: Application Control Totals
EDI 833: Mortgage Credit Report Order
EDI 844: Product Transfer Account Adjustment
EDI 849: Response to Product Transfer Account Adjustment
EDI 872: Residential Mortgage Insurance Application
EDI 880: Grocery Products Invoice

Communications and Controls

EDI 102: Associated Data
EDI 242: Data Status Tracking
EDI 815: Cryptographic Service Message
EDI 864: Text Message
EDI 868: Electronic Form Structure
EDI 993: Secured Receipt or Acknowledgment
EDI 997: Functional Acknowledgment
EDI 999: Implementation Acknowledgment


EDI 103: Abandoned Property Filings
EDI 105: Business Entity Filings
EDI 113: Election Campaign & Lobbyist Reporting
EDI 149: Notice of Tax Adjustment or Assessment
EDI 150: Tax Rate Notification
EDI 151: Electronic Filing of Tax Return Data Acknowledgment
EDI 152: Statistical Government Information
EDI 153: Unemployment Insurance Tax Claim or Charge Information
EDI 154: Secured Interest Filing
EDI 157: Notice of Power of Attorney
EDI 158: Tax Jurisdiction Sourcing
EDI 175: Court and Law Enforcement Notice
EDI 176: Court Submission
EDI 179: Environmental Compliance Reporting
EDI 185: Royalty Regulatory Report
EDI 194: Grant or Assistance Application
EDI 195: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) License Application
EDI 196: Contractor Cost Data Reporting
EDI 249: Animal Toxicological Data
EDI 251: Pricing Support
EDI 280: Voter Registration Information
EDI 283: Tax or Fee Exemption Certification
EDI 284: Commercial Vehicle Safety Reports
EDI 285: Commercial Vehicle Safety and Credentials Information Exchange
EDI 286: Commercial Vehicle Credentials
EDI 288: Wage Determination
EDI 500: Medical Event Reporting
EDI 501: Vendor Performance Review
EDI 511: Requisition
EDI 517: Material Obligation Validation
EDI 521: Income or Asset Offset
EDI 527: Material Due-In and Receipt
EDI 536: Logistics Reassignment
EDI 540: Notice of Employment Status
EDI 561: Contract Abstract
EDI 567: Contract Completion Status
EDI 568: Contract Payment Management Report
EDI 650: Maintenance Service Order
EDI 805: Contract Pricing Proposal
EDI 806: Project Schedule Reporting
EDI 813: Electronic Filing of Tax Return Data
EDI 826: Tax Information Exchange
EDI 836: Procurement Notices
EDI 838: Trading Partner Profile
EDI 839: Project Cost Reporting
EDI 996: File Transfer

Healthcare and Insurance

EDI 100: Insurance Plan Description
EDI 111: Individual Insurance Policy & Client Info.
EDI 112: Property Damage Report
EDI 124: Vehicle Damage
EDI 148: Report of Injury, Illness, or Incident
EDI 186: Insurance Underwriting Requirements Reporting
EDI 187: Premium Audit Request and Return
EDI 252: Insurance Producer Administration
EDI 255: Underwriting Information Services
EDI 256: Periodic Compensation
EDI 267: Individual Life Annuity & Disability Application
EDI 268: Annuity Activity
EDI 269: Health Care Benefit Coordination Verification
EDI 270: Eligibility, Coverage or Benefit Inquiry
EDI 271: Eligibility, Coverage or Benefit Information
EDI 272: Property and Casualty Loss Notification
EDI 273: Insurance/Annuity Application Status
EDI 274: Health Care Provider Information
EDI 275: Patient Information
EDI 276: Health Care Claim Status Request
EDI 277: Health Care Information Status Notification
EDI 278: Health Care Services Review Information
EDI 362: Cargo Insurance Advice of Shipment
EDI 834: Benefits Enrollment and Maintenance
EDI 835: Health Care Claim Payment/Advice
EDI 837: Health Care Claim



Beyond the Basics: Exploring EDI in Your Supply Chain

While this blog post shines a light on the benefits of EDI in the supply chain, additional questions might arise as you consider its implementation:

1. How can I identify the specific areas in my supply chain that would benefit most from EDI implementation?

Strategic EDI implementation focuses on maximizing its impact. Here's how to identify high-impact areas:

Bottlenecks and inefficiencies: Analyze your supply chain for processes with delays, errors, or manual intervention. These areas often benefit significantly from the automation and standardization that EDI offers.

High-volume transactions: Repetitive transactions, like purchase orders or invoices, are prime candidates for EDI due to the potential time and cost savings associated with automation.

Integration with existing systems: Consider areas where EDI can integrate seamlessly with your existing systems like ERP or warehouse management software, further amplifying efficiency gains.

By analyzing your supply chain through this lens, you can prioritize EDI implementation in areas that will yield the most significant improvements in efficiency, accuracy, and cost savings.

2. What are the potential challenges and risks associated with implementing EDI across different trading partners in the supply chain, especially those with varying levels of technical expertise?

Implementing EDI across diverse partners with varying technical capabilities can present challenges:

  • Standardization and compatibility: Ensure all partners agree on and utilize compatible EDI standards and data formats to avoid communication errors and disruptions.
  • Onboarding and training: Partners with limited technical expertise might require additional support and training to effectively utilize the EDI system, potentially extending the implementation timeline.
  • Communication and collaboration: Maintaining clear communication and collaboration with all partners throughout the implementation process is crucial to address challenges and ensure smooth adoption.

By proactively addressing these potential challenges through clear communication, standardized practices, and appropriate training, you can facilitate a smooth and successful EDI implementation across your entire supply chain.

3. What are the best practices for ensuring long-term success and maximizing the value of EDI throughout the entire supply chain, beyond the initial implementation?

Maintaining a successful EDI implementation requires ongoing efforts:

Regular monitoring and evaluation: Monitor your EDI system's performance, identify areas for improvement, and adapt your processes based on changing needs and industry best practices.

Data quality and security: Continuously monitor data quality to ensure accuracy and implement robust security measures to protect sensitive information throughout the supply chain.

Communication and collaboration: Foster open communication and collaboration with your trading partners to address any emerging challenges and opportunities for further optimization.

By adhering to these best practices, you can ensure that your EDI system continues to deliver long-term value, fostering efficiency, collaboration, and resilience across your entire supply chain network.

Remember, a successful EDI implementation requires careful planning, consideration of partner needs, and ongoing optimization. By addressing these additional questions, you can ensure that EDI plays a transformative role in optimizing your supply chain operations.


Why EDI is Critical to Your Supply Chain

The right kind of EDI supply chain strategy will enhance your operational efficiency, improve your relationships with your customers and trading partners, and give you increased visibility into your overall supply chain. But first, you must securely integrate your end-to-end ecosystem, which is no easy task given the range of legacy systems and cloud applications in use throughout a business today.

Supply chain companies and other organizations looking to comprehensively integrate and manage their ecosystem require EDI and non-EDI support, protocol depth, and increased visibility capabilities to enhance SLAs and maintain partner data compliance at all times.

Cleo Integration Cloud provides those advanced data and ecosystem management capabilities to optimize your supply chain EDI transactions and more efficiently meet customer demand. 

Whether deploying integration technology on-premise, in the cloud or a hybrid model, Cleo Integration Cloud helps ramp up your business processes, so you can reap all the promised benefits of EDI in supplier onboarding and supply chain management. Contact us today to talk through your unique EDI needs.

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