Sherlock is the first truly holistic GRC tool, enabling companies to get a definitive grip on their legal, risk and compliance environment. For this breakthrough innovation, Sherlock won the 2014 International GRC 20/20 Award, granted by Michael Rasmussen, the internationally recognized economist and GRC pundit. Uniquely designed to help organizations gain and maintain control, Sherlock's unified foundation layer lets users import all data formats - structured or unstructured - including numerals, text and even voice, and provides all the tools necessary to analyze and collaboratively evaluate risks. Specialized modules (Risk Management & Reporting, Fraud Detection & AML, Audit Management, Legal Watch, and Third- Party Management) are all based on the same Universal Case Management artifact, allowing the modules to seamlessly navigate the different risk perspectives to identify, assess, treat and monitor risks. This built-in agility cuts short the traditional GRC project headaches. ngCompliance, with a "low cost, fast results" business model, ensures that customers gain and maintain control and allows them to see the first tangible results within 30 days. Together with an international team of IT and GRC experts, ngCompliance founders Marco Dubbeld and Leon Pennings architected the Sherlock platform by utilizing not only the latest and best-in-class technology, but also by anticipating market demand and envisioning future technological developments and capabilities. A Dutch innovation grant played a significant role in the design and creation of their flexible next-gen software. The company's name is a derivative of "next generation compliance" and its mission is simple: "Foster trust to build a better world." Customers trust that their risk environment is constantly being observed, analyzed, and evaluated to ensure compliance. This trust in ngCompliance allows customers to focus their resources on carrying out other mission-critical activities.