Case Studies

The Cheesecake Factory

Nobody ever said that managing the day-to-day governmental requirements for hundreds of restaurants across America is a cinch. For the licensing department of The Cheesecake Factory, one of America’s best known restaurant chains, that workload is sustainable through the combination of high caliber legal professionals and The Business License Management System, commonly known as BLMS®. Read More >

Diplomat Pharmacy

In 1975, Diplomat Pharmacy, Inc. (Diplomat) opened its first set of doors to the public. At the time it was just a modest neighborhood pharmacy with a single location in Michigan. More than forty years later, that same company dispenses over 900,000 prescriptions and provides pharmaceutical services to patients and physicians in all 50 states. Commensurate with the size and complexity of their business license operations, they now employ the most advanced compliance software on the market today, The Business License Management System. Read More >

How a National Convenience Store Chain Centralized Their Licensing

One of the largest convenience store chains in the world operates over 7,200 stores in the United States alone with the majority owned by franchisees. The company is unique because they frequently build new stores in optimal locations using their own capital and then quickly sell the stores to franchisees. It's a one-of-a-kind turnkey operation. Read More >

Minimizing Licensing Requirements for Second-Hand Dealers and Gold Buying Centers

A number of clients have unique business models which focus on the receipt and resale of used goods. These companies range from traditional pawn shops, to gold buying centers, to cell phone resellers, to electronic device recyclers. Two national second-hand-oriented clients we serve face similar licensing issues. Read More >

Averting Penalties When Local Authorities Crack Down on Tower Management Companies

Multiple clients that are in the tower construction and management who collectively control over 80% of the tower market. Towers are constructed and then space is leased to wireless service providers who will place their antennas and technology on the corporations’ towers. Multiple antennas for a variety of companies will be operating on a single tower. Read More >