IBM targets costs and operational resilience for customers post-Sept 11

LONDON -- Computer technology giant IBM says it is working to help banks lower costs and to grapple with operational resilience in light of the difficult economic environment and the aftermath of September 11 attacks in New York. It has launched the Trader Workbench product as part of this strategy.

Keith Saxton, head of IBM’s Financial Market business unit for Europe, Middle East and Africa, says the IBM Trading Workbench will provide financial services clients with a migration strategy for

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