Domino's Pizza franchise owner, Shane Casey was able to give away over 11,000 slices of pizza for free to frontline and essential workers, and hire 61 new employees across his three franchise locations in Southern California -- all during the coronavirus pandemic. All three of Casey’s locations experienced an increase in sales during the last two months and have used the Verizon Connect Reveal fleet management software platform to help improve efficiency, productivity, and safety as they’ve scaled.
The franchise locations, two on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and one in Oceanside, Calif. were able to quickly implement changes to help keep delivery drivers safe during the pandemic, and used Verizon Connect Reveal to improve delivery vehicle visibility as they added new employees, all of whom had been let go from their previous positions at other restaurant locations, taking Casey’s employee count from 211 to 272. Casey’s team also used Reveal to help improve efficiency by tracking vehicle health.
“Because of the stay-at-home order, customers have limited delivery options, and because of our ability to adapt in times like these, we’ve been able to keep up with the increase in orders and bring on new employees,” said Shane Casey, Domino's Pizza franchise owner. “I’ve used Reveal to help me track maintenance for my vehicles and keep an eye on employee safety, which is extremely important as we continue to meet this huge increase in demand.”
All of the franchise delivery vehicles in Shane Casey’s fleet are running on Reveal, with plans to add two more.
“Providing businesses with the solutions they need to save money, be more productive, provide great service to their customers and improve safety during the pandemic is critical,” said Andrés Irlando, SVP and president, Public Sector and Verizon Connect for Verizon. “This is one example of how our customers around the world are benefiting from the Reveal platform.”