Nowadays, mobile-based data collection can advantageously replace paper-and-pencil questionnaires. The data rate production is very high and the to collect and store them are increasing as fast as the strategies for analysing and processing reducing the time for data processing. This paper describes how to improve traditional paper based methodologies with a mobile-based questionnaires approach. The mSIREMAP system was tested by monitors, persons who supervise the teacher’s classes, and teachers from Apurimac Peru. The monitors used the mobile based questionnaires to gather the information from the classes. To validate this proposal, we used focus groups and daily meetings methodology. The proposed strategy was tested with 10865 mobile-based questionnaires in 1453 schools during the years 2015 and 2016. A mobile device based questionnaire was developed using a cooperative design where the users are involved during all the phases of the Software Development Life Cycle, SDLC, providing immediate feedback to the development team to correct designs and performance specially in the user interface. The test result shows that monitors are satisfied with this new approach of filling the questionnaires out using mobile devices due to the ease of use, quick report generation, and decision making for teacher’s classes improvement.