Boosting Customer Experiences in Domino's Pizza Stores
January 24, 2017
Founded in 1960 with the initial goal of opening just three venues, Domino’s Pizza now have over a thousand franchised locations in the UK, and are expanding daily.
While business is undeniably booming, Domino’s franchisees expressed the need to improve the experience for customers waiting in line, and enhance the in-venue atmosphere.
Not only this, but managers were looking for a way to boost employee morale and productivity, as well as reduce staff turnover. The majority of sales come from deliveries, so time spent in store by actual customers was pretty insignificant. This meant that our curation process could put team members at the centre.
The perfect match
The team at Domino's loved Pop music. High energy Pop music to be exact. They kept up with trends, new artists, new songs, and would often be found listening to radio stations such as BBC 1Xtra and Capital FM.
Across three playlists, we mimicked the constantly evolving music landscape by blending new tracks, classic hits and certified favourites, increasing in energy from day to night, weekday to weekend. When 6pm on a Friday night hits, and orders come piling in, music gradually increases in BPM and overall energy, helping the team to create, process and package each order whilst staying upbeat and motivated. And unlike radio, thousands of tracks on rotation each week help maintain variety, shifting their focus from the repetitive nature of the task at hand and the reverberation of the telephone ring.
The Result: Improving Customer & Staff Experiences
Since launching our service with Domino’s Pizza, it’s clear that the service has been very beneficial to the locations using it and that the various commercial benefits have been demonstrated. Franchisee Mike Racz stated:
“I CANNOT RECOMMEND THEIR SERVICES HIGHLY ENOUGH. HAVING TRIED THE REST, STARTLE CERTAINLY IS THE BEST.”
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