Domino’s Pizza Inc. has named Kevin Vasconi executive vice president and chief information officer, the company said Monday.
Vasconi, who assumes the position effective March 19, succeeds Christopher McGlothlin, who left the company last year.
"Kevin will be a terrific addition to Domino's global leadership team,” said Domino’s Pizza president and chief executive J. Patrick Doyle. “I'm looking forward to implementing his creative ideas about building on our best-in-class e-commerce platform, which will excite our loyal customers. We have phenomenal opportunities we can leverage in almost every area of technology to create value for customers, our franchisees and our shareholders."
Most recently, Vasconi was chief information officer and vice president of engineering at Stanley Black & Decker – Stanley Security Solutions in Indianapolis. He also has chief information officer and chief technology officer experience at R.L. Polk & Co. and Covisint LLC.
"I am excited to put my leadership experience in global technology to work for Domino's Pizza,” Vasconi said. “Domino's is already an established innovator in consumer technology, demonstrated by its industry leadership and the fact that it is among the top e-commerce businesses in the country and around the world. I am looking forward to the opportunity to work for such an iconic brand."
Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Domino’s Pizza operates or franchises 9,541 restaurants in the United States and 70 foreign markets.
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