Subway appoints Bryan Hooper VP of digital, consumer technology

Hooper will lead the technology engineering teams to deliver a seamless digital experience for guests, according to a press release.
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Sandwich chain Subway has appointed Bryan Hooper as vice president, digital and consumer technology.

Hooper will lead the technology engineering teams to deliver a seamless digital experience for guests, according to a press release.

Prior to joining Subway, Hooper served as the vice president of digital experience at Cracker Barrel where he was responsible for developing a three-year digital hospitality roadmap to bring together people, partners, processes and technology and improve customer convenience.

He also served as vice president of infrastructure and architecture at Bloomin' Brands, Inc., and spent over six years at Domino's Pizza as a digital consultant.

"Bryan's experience in bringing teams together to implement efficient digital solutions will be a tremendous asset to help deliver a frictionless digital experience," Donagh Herlihy, Chief digital and information officer, Subway in the release as the brand continue their transformation journey.

"I am excited to join Team Subway and continue the efforts to enhance our brand's digital assets. I look forward to joining the team and helping strengthen our relationship with sub fans all over the world through a better digital presence,” added Hooper.

Subway operates nearly 40,000 restaurants across 100 countries.

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