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Lessons Learned
from Mobile
Auditing
Nimonik
Jonathan Brun
Jonathan Brun

CEO
Kim Chanel Vallée-Séguin

Communications Manager
Lessons Learned
from Mobile
Auditing
Nimonik
Jonathan Brun
First things first
• What you are doing is very important;
• And it should be done more often - technology 

can help us ge...
Lessons in Working with Auditors
• Mobile is challenging - redundancy and reliability;
• Digital and paper are not the sam...
Amazon vs. Retail
Infinite list of products Floor Space
Smart recommendations Salesperson
Feedback from Users on quality of...
How Auditors do it now
• 70% still use pen and paper;
• Most companies use their own list 

of audit requirements;
• Many ...
What they love
• Straight to report - 60% time saving
• Capture of evidence (photos, video, audio)
• Time stamp on data
• ...
What they dislike
• Rigidity to audit item order;
• Rigidity to audit item terminology;
• Pre-built audit report formattin...
Key Technology That is Still Missing
• Merge and de-merge audit protocols;
• Rapidly add and remove requirements;
• Rapidl...
Out of the box
Solution
Tailor Made
Solution
Out of the box
Solution
Tailor Made
Solution
Experienced
Auditors
New
Auditors
Out of the box
Solution
Tailor Made
Solution
Experienced
Auditors
New
Auditors
Getting There
• Transfer Knowledge;
• Document, Document,
Document;
• In a format that can be
updated - City of Edmonton;
...
What’s next?
• Auto-Filters based on Operations
• Smart Suggestions
• Standing in an excavation pit :
• What do I need to ...
• Leverage computers 

for what they are good at;
• Ensure interface 

is user friendly;
• Auditors need to make 

a judge...
• Efficiency always wins;
• Companies that successfully integrated mobile
technology will be more competitive;
• Move away ...
For more information

www.nimonik.com

1-888-608-7511

info@nimonik.com
Mobile EHS and Quality Auditing - Lessons Learned
Mobile EHS and Quality Auditing - Lessons Learned
Mobile EHS and Quality Auditing - Lessons Learned
Mobile EHS and Quality Auditing - Lessons Learned
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Mobile EHS and Quality Auditing - Lessons Learned

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Smart phones and tablets are becoming commonplace in our offices. With this new technology, it is possible to improve efficiency during an audit, allowing more audits to be conducted with fewer resources. There are opportunities and pitfalls that all companies should be aware of before embarking on a mobile software project. This talk will cover lessons learned at L’Oreal, FedEx and Grupo Bimbo about deploying mobile technology and conducting compliance audits in the workplace.

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Mobile EHS and Quality Auditing - Lessons Learned

  1. 1. Lessons Learned from Mobile Auditing Nimonik Jonathan Brun
  2. 2. Jonathan Brun
 CEO Kim Chanel Vallée-Séguin
 Communications Manager
  3. 3. Lessons Learned from Mobile Auditing Nimonik Jonathan Brun
  4. 4. First things first • What you are doing is very important; • And it should be done more often - technology 
 can help us get there, but it cannot be everything.
  5. 5. Lessons in Working with Auditors • Mobile is challenging - redundancy and reliability; • Digital and paper are not the same thing 
 - think by analogy; • Digital requires a different way of thinking.
  6. 6. Amazon vs. Retail Infinite list of products Floor Space Smart recommendations Salesperson Feedback from Users on quality of products Returns and Profits Extremely easy to use Car, Parking,… Low cost. Less overhead, less problems
  7. 7. How Auditors do it now • 70% still use pen and paper; • Most companies use their own list 
 of audit requirements; • Many use their memory to verify.
  8. 8. What they love • Straight to report - 60% time saving • Capture of evidence (photos, video, audio) • Time stamp on data • Big phones or small tablets • Dictate notes;
  9. 9. What they dislike • Rigidity to audit item order; • Rigidity to audit item terminology; • Pre-built audit report formatting; • Need to adopt a structure that is not their own.
  10. 10. Key Technology That is Still Missing • Merge and de-merge audit protocols; • Rapidly add and remove requirements; • Rapidly search and identify requirements; • Ability auto-filter audit questions 
 based on operations. Still too much manual work.
  11. 11. Out of the box Solution Tailor Made Solution
  12. 12. Out of the box Solution Tailor Made Solution Experienced Auditors New Auditors
  13. 13. Out of the box Solution Tailor Made Solution Experienced Auditors New Auditors
  14. 14. Getting There • Transfer Knowledge; • Document, Document, Document; • In a format that can be updated - City of Edmonton; • Work with new auditors to test tools and integrated knowledge.
  15. 15. What’s next? • Auto-Filters based on Operations • Smart Suggestions • Standing in an excavation pit : • What do I need to look for? • If I found this issue, what else is likely 
 to be an issue?; • Constant contact with clients - not just a report; • Ultimately…. Artificial Intelligence
  16. 16. • Leverage computers 
 for what they are good at; • Ensure interface 
 is user friendly; • Auditors need to make 
 a judgement call. Qualitative vs. Quantitative
  17. 17. • Efficiency always wins; • Companies that successfully integrated mobile technology will be more competitive; • Move away from billable hour (see Legal World); • Don’t underestimate technology. 10 Years Out
  18. 18. For more information
 www.nimonik.com
 1-888-608-7511
 info@nimonik.com

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