Domino’s shifts its tone on third-party delivery

After saying for some time that it saw little impact from the services, the chain now says the service is hurting sales, says RB’s The Bottom Line. What changed?


Domino’s defends its delivery turf

Facing mounting competition from third-party providers, the company is bolstering technology and service to solidify its position.

The company’s stock plunged early Tuesday amid concerns it’s losing business to third-party delivery.

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The Phoenix test, expected to be expanded to additional markets this spring, will allow customers and store managers to track drivers.

Third-party services’ growth hit the pizza chain’s same-store sales, but the company believes its unit development strategy will win in the long run.

The company is working with Xevo to put its ordering platform in more dashboards.

The aim is getting precious space on customers’ phones for an app.

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