We take the guess-work out of licensing
Opening a business can be hard, requiring licenses, permits, and approvals from various agencies and commissions. Implementing Camino in your community eliminates guess-work and allows businesses and communities to thrive.Use Camino for licensing
Camino organizes all application requirements into a centralized checklist that’s easy for an applicant to follow, so they can get up and running as quickly as possible.
Guided Application Process
Automatically provide every applicant a list of the forms, fees, and documents that are required for their project.
Once an application is submitted, applicants can track their project status in real-time through our online portal.
"We love how easy it was to configure and deploy Camino’s Permit Guide. And our residents love how easy it is to use."
— City of Roseville, CA
Automatic Zoning Checks
Camino can automatically show an applicant whether a location is zoned for their use. If a variance or conditional use permit is required, we’ll guide them through that process too.
GIS Layer Management
Import and manage your GIS layers into Camino to provide applicants with information based on their business address.
Using our visual Rule Builder, you can specify what is needed for a business license based on your organization’s unique requirements.
Camino will automatically track expiring licenses and notify applicants when they need to reapply.
Automated Fee Calculation
Based on project details, calculate the costs for simple and complex, multi-permit projects.
Upload existing forms or create new ones using Camino’s visual Form Builder.
Applicants and agency staff can upload required plans or documents directly to Camino.
Finance System Integration
Camino can integrate with your existing finance system to streamline reporting.
Plug in your favorite reporting tool to your organization’s database or use Camino’s built-in reports.
Camino helped San Rafael digitize a complex permitting process in less than a month.
“Small cities can be innovative and accomplish more with less. With Camino, we found it can even be easy.”
— Danielle O’Leary, Director of Economic Development and InnovationSee the Customer Story →