Domino’s Pizza is a UK subsidiary of the US Domino’s Pizza Group but listed on the London Stock Exchange as the exclusive rights holder in the UK and Ireland for its franchise pizza delivery business.

IT Leader: Colin Rees, CIO

In role since: 10 months

Reporting line: Reports to CEO Chris Moore

Board level seat:  Yes

IT budget: 0.5 per cent of turnover

IT estate and or number of log on accounts under the control of the IT leader: 2500 users

Level of the workforce that relies on technology to carry out their tasks: 100 per cent

IT staff currently employed: 45 staff

Split between in-house/outsourced staff: 90-95 per cent in-house

IT management team and reporting structure: Have two heads of systems, one commercial and one for stores and franchises. IT manager for German estate only just launched in Germany. Plus a Head of IT Services and Help Desk Manager

Primary technology platforms at the organisation: Website, store EPOS system

Primary technology suppliers: Computacentre, KCom, RackSpace

Significant strategic technology deals been struck in the last 12 months: All three deals with the suppliers have been struck in the last 10 months

Strategic aim of the CIO and IT operations for the next financial year: Stabilise current systems, support online growth and to drive innovation

Technologies considered by the leader to offer their organisation potential: Mobile and tablet apps, plus Dominos has a virtual environment and are about to start using cloud

How do you see technology transforming your organisation in the near future? Social media will become more important and interactive and need more monitoring as it grows. New apps are being brought out in accordance with social media growth e.g. you can make your own pizza with an app and then show all your Facebook friends your amazing pizza.

Read the CIO interview:

CIO Profile: Domino's Pizza's Colin Rees on utility computing

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