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Caro completes third Forte to Java conversion project for US Government Authority.

US Government Authority

TORONTO, Ontario, January 8th, 2011 – Caro is pleased to announce that they have completed their part in a Forte to Java conversion for a major US Government Authority. Working with  a New York technology solutions provider, Caro converted this critical application utilizing the highly successful conversion tool jcTOOL from Iterative Consulting PTY of Australia.

“This wasa chellenging conversion for us as it involved several technologies we had no real experience with, however jcTOOL did a good job on the conversion and apart from some difficult transitions for some of the UI parts of the application, the project as a whole went well. Hoefully our partner will soon complete their part and get the system back in production soon. ” said Keith Matthews, of Caro Systems who leads the application migration practice for Caro.

About Caro Systems Inc.
Founded in 1997, Caro Systems ( provides application development consulting for financial institutions, major retailers, media companies and others. CaroWorks SOA framework is integrated with IBM’s RUP (Rational Unified Process) methodology. Flouting the truism that 70% of application development projects fail, Caro has a 100% success rate in projects it has controlled. Caro’s client list has included CBS, Purolator, Enbridge, WSIB, CIBC, CanWest Global, Sun Microsystems, Warren Shepell, and Recruiters Networking Group.

For further information: Keith Matthews, Principal Consultant,

About ITerative Consulting PTY.
ITerative Consulting PTY., ( based in Sydney, Australia are a general computer consulting company and more particularly the authors of the massively successful jcTOOL, a tool built specifically for large scale conversions of Forté to Java code and the only automated conversion tool for Forté to Java that converts not only the server side code but also the user interface “like-for-like” with the original code. Over 20 projects have now been successfully completed using jcTOOL with many more underway.

For further information: John Glennon, Managing Director,