Domino’s pizza delivery to become trackable via GPS

The feature will be rolled out to all Domino's stores in the United States by the end of 2019.
  • vaishnavi News Editor
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Domino’s will finally add GPS functionality to its long-running online delivery service. The feature will be rolled out to all Domino's stores in the United States by the end of 2019.

Domino's is already offering a pizza-tracking ability in its app and on its website, but this feature is limited to a progress bar that updates when the employee at the store inputs the order’s progress.

The new tracking feature will be far more robust, which will enable customers to view their driver in a way. Unlike the existing tracking option, users will be able to see the status of their order after it leaves the store, giving them an idea of when the driver will show up at their door.

The pizza chain has been heavily embracing modern technology, building a reputation as one of the most tech-friendly restaurant companies as it tries to improve its delivery by testing drones and self-driving cars.

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