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Domino's Sizzles with Pizza Tracker Case Study

1. What is Domino's business model? How successful has it been?

2. What management, organization, and technology forces have challenged Domino's business model?

3. How did Domino's deploy technology to develop successful solutions to its problems? Are there other solutions that should have been considered?

4. Which of Domino's business processes are most vulnerable to breakdowns? Are the problems in the case likely to be repeated?

5. How well is Domino's prepared for the future?

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1. What is Domino's business model? How successful has it been?

The business model of Domino is to have pizza stores and to deliver high quality pizza. Currently, it has 9,000 stores in the US and in 60 countries all over the world. Domino has also been able to tap the home delivery market for pizza. The Domino business model is to run a pizza chain. Domino also competes with local pizza stores throughout the US.

Domino has been successful. Its operations have grown to 9,000 stores all over the world. In 2009 the sale of Domino were $1.5 and earned $80 million in profit. The sales and profits show that Domino has been successful.

2. What management, organization, and technology forces have challenged Domino's business model?

Domino's business model has been challenged by issues relate to quality. In 2010, Domino has addressed its quality issues by improving ingredients and freshness. In addition, the company has improved its customer service. The management forces that have challenged ...

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