About FranchiseBlast

FranchiseBlast is a cloud-based solution designed to help small to large businesses manage franchises and analyze performance through audits. Key features include secure data storage, scorecarding, KPI tracking, checklist creation, survey and feedback collection.

The application comes with a benchmarking module that enables franchisors to track the growth of franchisees based on various key performance indicators such as sales, purchase history, loyalty programs and more. Franchisees can use the system to conduct periodic self-assessments and evaluations, ensuring compliance and brand consistency across all business aspects. Using its configurable dashboards, employees can add data from multiple sources and visualize trends based on audits trails, customer sa...

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February 2011

Dominique from Teddy Mountain

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February 2011

Excellent software!

I would highly recommend FranchiseBlast (and any other product by LavaBlast Software) to any franchise, especially those just starting out. Our previous system wasn't well adapted to the franchise environment, and we are very happy we switched to FranchiseBlast early on in our growth.


Without FranchiseBlast, we would not have been able to grow our franchise effectively in the past years. Furthermore, as our e-commerce websites & warehouses run on LavaBlast software, we have a fully integrated solution that is unique for our business. This has enabled us to grab a huge market share in the wholesale teddy bear space while keeping costs down as we have a fully automated order processing system.


FranchiseBlast isn't a commercial off-the-shelf application and, thus, its strengths (customization) is its weakness (price). However, we've ended up saving money even if it was a more expensive solution that the competition because we didn't need to hire half a dozen administrative assistants to support our day-to-day operations.