Domino’s today, by the numbers


The average annual profit per franchised store, a 50 percent increase over the mean for 2008, which Domino’s readily cites as a low point for the chain.


The proportion of orders that are currently placed digitally. With Domino’s mobile ordering app now useable on 95 percent of smart devices, “we are approaching 40% of sales coming off digital,” said CFO Michael Lawton.


The portion of Domino’s international revenues that come from commissary operations. The other 91 percent is generated by franchise royalties, virtually the whole international revenue stream for most restaurant franchisors.


The percentage breakdown of domestic vs. international business for Domino’s.  The chain has more stores outside of the U.S. (5,600 vs. 4,890), but the franchisor owns 19 processing plants that supply Domino’s vegetables, sandwich breads and pizza crusts.

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