GPS tracking comes to Domino’s pizza in Canberra

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DOMINO’S Pizza is set to launch GPS Driver Tracker, designed to keep delivery drivers safe and shake up the takeaway industry forever.

Domino’s Group CEO and Managing Director Don Meij said the GPS Driver Tracker enables customers to track pizza deliveries directly from the store to their door but will keep Domino’s delivery drivers safe.

Highlights of Domino’s History

  • 1978 – Silvio’s opens in Red Hill, Brisbane and later becomes Australia’s first home delivery service (1980)
  • 1995 – Silvio’s Dial-A-Pizza commences the rebranding process to Domino’s Pizza
  • 2000 – Domino’s introduces the Hot Cell Bags for hotter, fresher home delivered pizza
  • 2002 – Classic Crust recipe developed and launched
  • June 2003 – Domino’s enters the New Zealand market
  • May 2005 – Listed on the Australian Securities Exchange
  • 2005 – Domino’s launches Australian-first online ordering website
  • 2006 – First Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) with Real Time Pizza Tracker
  • July 2006 – Domino’s take on France, the Netherlands and Belgium
  • 2008 – Domino’s celebrates 25 years of selling pizza in Australia!
  • November 2009 – Domino’s launches its Online Ordering iPhone Application.
  • September 2011 – Domino’s launches its Online Ordering Android Application.
  • February 2012 – Domino’s launches its mobile public website.
  • August 2013 – Domino’s Pizza Enterprises acquires 75% shareholding of Domino’s Pizza Japan
  • July 2014 – Domino’s launches interactive website and App Pizza Mogul
  • May 2015 – Domino’s launches GPS Driver Tracker

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