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Curt Espeland, the CFO at Eastman Chemical, is relying on an ERP system to more effectively integrate Eastman’s $4.7 billion acquisition of Solutia, which is expected to close around mid-year. Espeland says he’s working closely with the company’s chief information officer (CIO) on preparing to implement SAP at Solutia, “particularly since the migration to SAP is a key driver to the timing of the overall cost and revenue synergies of the transaction.”

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