Sherlock Web: a QHSE management system (based on XPages and IBM XWork Server)

May 14th, 2012

I am currently busy working on Sherlock Web: a complete web solution for management of quality, health, safety and environment (QHSE). The solution is based on XPages and the IBM XWork Server and is available as a hosted solution or as an on-premises solution. The licensing cost of the server and application platform is fixed at $2000 per year, since the solution runs on the IBM XWork Server. This makes it an ideal platform for companies with a large number of users.

Sherlock Web is based on the existing Sherlock Lotus Notes solution that runs successfully at more than 500 companies. However, Sherlock Web does not require a Lotus Notes client at all - all you need to use Sherlock Web is a web browser, a tablet (such as the iPad or the Samsung Galaxy Tab) or a smartphone (such as an iPhone or an Android phone).

The document management part of Sherlock Web

You can attend 2 free (physical) seminars at IBM in Denmark on May 24 and May 30 where the Sherlock Web solution will be introduced. For more information and information on how to sign up for the event, please visit the Danish IBM Social Business blog. If you are unable to attend the seminar, you can get more information at the Danish Sherlock site and at the international Sherlock site and by contacting the Sherlock team.

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