Domino’s Selects Replicon’s Web TimeSheet Solution to Optimize Business Processes
October 4, 2000, Calgary, Canada – Replicon Inc., a leading global provider of web-based solutions to optimize workforce productivity, announced today that Domino’s, the world leader in pizza delivery, chose Replicon’s Web TimeSheet solution to give staff the tools they need to maximize their effectiveness and improve its project tracking process.
“Our employees are our most valuable asset and it is imperative to ensure that they have the tools they need to maximize their effectiveness so we can continue to deliver value to our customers. After reviewing a number of products, we chose Replicon’s Web TimeSheet to simplify project time and expense reporting and improve our organizational efficiency,” said Peter Wagner, Director of IT for Domino’s. Replicon’s Web TimeSheet solution will give us valuable insight into how our resources are being utilized for improved resource planning.”
“Successful companies like Domino’s recognize the benefits of a solution that is faster, better and cheaper than traditional methods of tracking resources to projects,” said John Eddy, Chief Executive Officer of Replicon. “By streamlining key processes, day-to-day administrative responsibilities are less complicated for staff, making their job easier so they can focus on more important tasks. We are pleased that our solutions are being rapidly adopted in such a broad range of industries including hospitality, construction, staffing, manufacturing and entertainment.”
Replicon has over 300 customers in 25 countries around the world including AT&T Wireless, Compaq, Lucent Technologies, Sony Music Entertainment Inc. and Charles Schwab.
Founded in 1960, Domino’s pizza is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery and operates 6735 stores throughout the U.S. and 63 international markets. Domino’s takes great pride in providing true value to its customers and is committed to leading the industry in product quality and operational excellence. Domino’s is the largest privately held restaurant chain, and the eighth largest restaurant chain in the world.