Bank of America Using Gamer Tech to Improve Trader Experience

As part of its digitization efforts, the bank is looking to video game technology to allow traders to consume more information.

If you’re to believe David Reilly, the trader experience might be on the cusp of a massive overhaul.

Today’s trader workstation consists of anywhere from two to more than a dozen screens, each one flashing with up-to-date information that helps inform a trader as to their next move. The information is delivered in two-dimensional form, but what if a trader could visualize all of that data in 3D?

Reilly, chief information officer for Bank of America’s Global Banking & Markets group, believes

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