Ann Arbor-based Domino’s Pizza has updated its digital ordering platforms to include Slack, a software program targeted to office users. Customers can go to the Slack App Directory and click to install Domino’s ordering app for their workspace, and team members can order via a direct Slack message to Domino’s or collaborate a group order in a channel.
“Collaboration on a big project can now carry over to collaborating on a team lunch order,” says Dennis Maloney, Domino’s senior vice president and chief digital officer. “We love to make ordering as easy and convenient as possible, and that includes ordering for the workplace. Now you can organize a group lunch with your coworkers down the hall, all from the comfort of your cubicle.”
Customers can also request a coupon, which will give them a 20 percent discount on all Slack orders.
Founded in 1960, Domino’s operates more than 14,400 stores in more than 65 international markets, reporting global retail sales of more than $2.8 billion worldwide in the third quarter of 2017.
More information about Domino’s other AnyWhere ordering platforms, including Twitter, text, smartTV, Amazon Echo, Facebook Messenger, and Google Home, can be found here.