Herndon franchise software firm buys Canadian tech platform
FranConnect acquires FranchiseBlast
Herndon-based franchise management software company FranConnect announced Tuesday it has acquired Quebec, Canada-based FranchiseBlast.
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The FranConnect platform assists with sales, operations and marketing for more than 800 brands worldwide. FranchiseBlast is a developer of a software platform for the franchise industry which works to streamline scheduling, performing, analyzing and working on field audits. Founded in 2007, FranchiseBlast represents more than 100 franchise brands.
“With FranchiseBlast’s capabilities in field audits, self-assessments and reach into the unit level, we saw an enormous opportunity to enhance FranConnect’s enterprise operations and performance management solution to deliver an unmatched platform for brands seeking to drive operational success across the franchise system,” FranConnect CEO Gabby Wong said in a statement.
“Now that FranchiseBlast is part of FranConnect, our customers will have access to and integration with the full breadth of the FranConnect enterprise growth platform, including services and support from the largest and most-established software company in franchising,” FranchiseBlast President Jason Kealey said in a statement.
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