If you thought Domino’s and Facebook had nothing in common, believe again.Like Facebook, Domino’s will soonkeep track of peoplein ways that literally no one ask questions to.
According to Bloomberg’s Angus Whitley, starting next week the popular pizza company are now beginning tracking customers who prescribe pizzas. Whitley saysthis will enable Domino’s to improve itscustomerservice.
Here’s how it will work. When someoneorders a pizza usingtheir cell phone, stores will be able to track those phones and keep tabs on how close a person is before picking up their pizza. Once a purchaser is within a certain wander, employees willstart heating up the pizza so the foodis ready at precisely the right time.
At a press conference in Sydney, Domino’s CEO Don Meij supposed,
Time is the antagonist of food.The longer it sits on the rack, the lower the quality of that pizza.
Bloomberg’s report also says that Domino’s technology will be able to tell whether a purchaser is marching, biking or driving.
But don’t worry! Dominoes supposes it will merely follow you like a shadow between the time you prescribe and pick up your meat, and everyone knows you can totally trust companies to stick to their non-legally binding word. Right?
There’s literally nothing are concerned about. We’re alljustthat little bit closer toevery company havinga reason to know where we are. All in the name of better customer services, obviously.
Apart from that, we’re good.
Asfor any Americans that are scared, there’s good word. This policy will only be used in Australia by Domino’s Pizza Endeavor Ltd, different from Domino’s Pizza, Inc ., which is headquartered in the US.
So, Big Brother won’t be watching us in the Position, at least not while we orderpizza.