Bank of Boston Corp. has revamped its trading floor operation in an effort to tie together disparate systems and provide customers with faster and more complete information.

The wholesale banking giant spent $25 million to install a client-server system in its treasury department, which encompasses the bank's derivatives, foreign exchange, and investments groups. This is one of the most expensive and comprehensive trading floor redesigns of its kind, and represents a larger, far-reaching plan to convert much of the bank to unified client-server environment.

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