As we close out Day 2 of our annual User Conference, we’re sharing more of the insights, discussion topics and key trends our customers, industry analysts and executives are talking about at the show. Check out our Day 1 recap if you haven’t read it yet.
We had two sessions today covering the vital role of mobility in EHS software, including in a panel session with Learning Care Group’s Donna Pomerson, Jeff Spaude and Toni O’Grady, and in a session with Eugene Kouroptev, VP, Product Development at ProcessMAP.
How Mobility Can Bolster Business Intelligence
Learning Care Group (LCG) is the second-largest for-profit child care provider in North America and a leader in early education, with nearly 50 years of experience in inspiring children to love learning. With more than 900 schools across the country and beyond, LCG has a capacity to serve more than 130,000 children. LCG engaged ProcessMAP to ensure organization-wide, efficient compliance with a mobile-first, analytics-driven approach.
Program goals included:
- Streamline compliance processes by reducing time to complete checklists
- Enhance transparency with better end-to-end reporting
- Provide a single repository for all regulatory visits, corrective action plans and safety audits
- Improve safety performance and safety culture
- Prevent recurrence of frequent issues and identify trends in compliance issues
Since launching the program, LCG has implemented 10,000 iPads with 20,000 daily users – typically teachers who need something easy to use that will get the job done quickly – across its organization, resulting in a 33 percent improvement in checklist compliance and 93 percent completion of checklists. Through integrated checklist management, integrated compliance visits and permit tracking, and analytics-driven decisions, LCG built a culture of safety and compliance. The company even reduced the time to aggregate and analyze safety and compliance data by 90 percent, enabling its EHS and compliance managers to more effectively leverage data to implement improvements.
The LCG team shared that, by working with ProcessMAP, they were able to not only implement this comprehensive safety initiative, but also see an immediate ROI to a mobile-first, data-driven approach.
Find out more about ProcessMAP’s compliance and quality services here: http://www.processmap.com/solutions/quality/
ProcessMAP Mobile App Roadmap
As our world becomes increasingly digital and the workplace ever more mobile, ProcessMAP is focused on ensuring our technology meets customers’ needs. Our platform of device agnostic applications empowers users to perform audits, track action items, and report safety hazards on-the-go, from any device at any time. In his session, Eugene outlined how ProcessMAP is ensuring mobility across its offerings in the following areas:
- Expand to text and SMS notifications for the mobile application
- Focus on workflow, notifications and validation for further optimization
- Enable customers to define their own application logic and have data available in real time
- Incorporate customer feedback to create the best possible mobile experience
You can learn more about how ProcessMAP is enabling a mobile-first EHS management approach here: http://www.processmap.com/why-processmap/
Industry Insights and Themes
Other sessions today included “IIOT Integration with EHS” and “Data Intelligence” customer presentations and panels, as well as deep dives into managing employee risk and emerging technologies. Overall, attendees at our User Conference have had access to more than 30 best practice sessions on topics that address the next generation of EHS challenges.
Thursday marks the close of our 2017 event – if you missed us at our User Conference this year, make sure to check it out next year. In the meantime, see our resources for more industry insights: http://www.processmap.com/resources/