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Top 3 Considerations for Enterprise Mobile Auditing

In addition to so many other benefits, leveraging mobile devices in the enterprise increases the efficiency and accuracy of data collected about the enterprise, itself. One benefit of adopting new technology is it gives you an opportunity to also assess your audit process and audit questions to ensure they are optimal. Put down the pen and paper and start enjoying all the benefits mobile provides. Reclaim the countless hours spent scanning, entering, and handling paper forms while ensuring accurate, trackable results. In this blog post we’ll explore the top three considerations for enterprise mobile auditing: 1) objectives and scope, 2) context and 3) audit design.


First, it’s important to clearly define the objectives and scope of your audit. For example, are you looking to audit the performance of an entire store—and store safety is one aspect of this? Or is the key focus safety itself, and you want to ‘drill down’ into the details of safe work processes? Mobile Audits let you segment surveys as discreetly as needed, so rather than try to capture everything at once, you can set objectives and scope upfront to really focus your efforts. Once you do, you may realize that what you had in the past as one survey would be better broken out into 2 or 3 ‘bite-sized’ surveys. Shorter surveys help improve adherence because they take less time to execute. Plus, they can help segment data correctly for reporting later on.

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Ditch Paper for Mobile Audits

Are you the kind of person who enjoys carrying around heavy, bulky binders while conducting complicated audits? How about inputting endless data into a spreadsheet until your eyes can no longer focus? Have you ever spent hours trying to organize (or find) documents in an overstuffed filing cabinet? Regardless of how you answered (those questions were rhetorical anyway), it’s time to finally start using the right tool for the job. Ditch paper for mobile audits and enjoy the full potential of everything mobile devices and mobile applications can do to simplify the process of auditing your business.


Mobile technology has already revolutionized our lives in so many ways. Mobile devices and mobile applications aren’t just tools for content consumption: e.g. surfing Facebook, watching videos and reading news. They’re not only transforming the way we capture and view information; today, they’re indispensable to the way we work. They’re the means in which we conduct our daily business and carry out critical transactions on the go. And not surprisingly, they can help make your enterprise auditing more efficient and productive.


But what is it exactly that makes mobile audits so much better than traditional audit media? How can going mobile possibly help you inspect your business more effectively to ensure it is up to snuff? Well, the answer can be broken down into 3 components:  Convenience, Accuracy, and Central Management.

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Designing the Perfect Retail Audit

Often we find ourselves faced with what seems at first to be an impossible task. When running a retail store, such monumental tasks include improving ones business. Making your business successful, and ensuring its continued success. But how does one ensure the success of their retail business? The best path to retail success is by conducting regular retail audits to remedy problems and identify trends. So now you may be thinking, “Great. But how do I begin designing the perfect retail audit? What should I be looking for?” Well, when it comes to retail audits, improving your business is as easy as examining the following three keys areas:


  1. Operational Trends
  2. Customer Experience
  3. Employee Performance


Understanding operational trends will help you identify the following:


  1. Where your retail business is excelling
  2. Aspects of execution that require attention, and
  3. Possible areas of opportunity


Auditing key data points will help you uncover store tendencies and sales progressions over the course of a year. These include (but are not limited to):


  1. Sales Volume
  2. Stock Levels and Inventory Management
  3. Product Placement

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