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"That" as a relative pronoun after a possessive determiner?

Here is the sentence I am struggling with:

"DataFriend is our software that maximizes your efficiency."

My gut says this is wrong. If the sentence said the software or a software or just software, I'd be on board. But using "that" as a relative pronoun when the noun we're defining is preceded by a possessive determiner... feels wrong.

The thing is, I don't know why it feels wrong.

Is there a grammar mistake here?

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