satisfy all of our client's/clients' needs

a. "Can anyone come up with a solution that will satisfy all of our client's needs?"
Is "client's" correct here? I think it should be changed to "clients'". (Note the apostrophe) Am I right?

Because I think this sentence can be rephrased like this:
b. "Can anyone come up with a solution that will satisfy all the needs of our clients?"
In sentence b, we cannot say "our client", right? "Client" should be plural.
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