Domino's taps into college crowd with self-service kiosks

 
Feb. 27, 2013

Domino's Pizza franchisee Mark Talarico is deploying self-service kiosks in the Tropicana Student Housing residence halls for UC Santa Barbara and Santa Barbara City College students in California.

According to Noozhawk.com, the kiosks, powered by EMN8, offer students the ability to order pizza quickly and easily from their residence halls  without jumping online or placing a call.

Talarico said he wanted a solution that was convenient for the college demographic, while also streamlining orders and driving sales. The self-service kiosks feature exclusive discounts and promotions.

From the story:

"As a private student housing company, we are always looking for new and innovative ways to keep our residents happy. We found the latest cutting edge technology provided by Domino's and EMN8 helped further this goal," said Dave Wilcox, executive director of Tropicana Student Housing.

Students of the residence halls have expressed excitement about the kiosks, an offering that is quickly growing in popularity because of their relative ease of use and special discounts available to those that use them.

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Topics: Customer Service / Experience , Online Ordering , Service , Systems / Technology


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