Before Bank of Boston Corp. set out to reengineer its treasury department in the early 1990s, it wanted to hear what its customers had to say.

The $43 billion-asset banking company, the second largest in New England, met individually and in focus groups with customers to find out what they expected - and wanted - from the treasury area, which focuses on foreign exchange, derivatives, and fixed-income trading.

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