Dodo IS: one IT system to rule them all
Everything you need to know about Dodo's own IT solution
Quick summary:
  • Dodo Pizza is developing Dodo IS, its own IT system for managing a pizza delivery chain
  • This cutting-edge ERP solution gives our franchise a competitive advantage in the market by enabling deep integration of our IT with our management system
  • Dodo IS works as an online web application, which makes it accessible from any browser and provides management with real-time data
  • In this text, we give 9 examples of how Dodo IS makes a difference for our customers, partners, and managers
  • Dodo Pizza aims to grow its IT team from 60 to 250 developers in the near future to further accelerate the development of Dodo IS
Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.
IT can't be just an add-on to your management system
Many legacy brands struggle with IT because they treat it as a simple add-on to their management systems. For them, tech becomes just one more story put on top of the existing building.
We believe that the whole management system should be re-built from the ground up with IT in mind. Geeks must have the power to change the way the business is managed.
Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.
Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.
Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.
Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.

Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.
Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.
Only tech-driven chains will survive
"Software is eating the world," proclaimed Marc Andreessen in 2011—just a few months after Dodo Pizza was founded. "More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services." It turned out to be a prophetic observation. Literally every industry is now being disrupted by the Internet and mobile technology—and no exception is the quick service restaurant business with its food ordering and delivery platforms, self-service kiosks, and even robots making pizzas. It feels like every QSR chain that means to stay in business in the long run will have to turn itself into a software company eventually.
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