Domino’s Pizza is known for its pizza, but what is less known (and maybe a bit surprising) is that a big part of its success can be attributed to digital innovation. The company launched its first iOS app in 2011 and its first Android app in 2012. Since this time, the pizza chain’s stock price has increased by over 952% (versus 77% for YUM Brands, the owner of Pizza Hut; 432% for Papa Johns; and 75% for the S&P 500). Additionally, Domino’s Market Cap is currently $8.68 billion. To put this in perspective, it was about $902 million just six short years ago. That’s nearly $7.8 billion in value creation since Domino’s first brought its product offering to small screens worldwide!
Worry Free LabsApps to Help You Stick to Your Goals for the New Year!
We’re only a few days into 2016, and a New Year means a New You! Temptation, however, is all around us - enticing us to eat those cookies, buy that pricey new gadget, and/or hit the snooze button one more time instead of going to the gym. The reality is that sticking to your New Year’s resolutions isn’t always easy... Luckily, we live in an age where technology can help make achieving our goals a little easier.
Worry Free LabsWhat Makes a Great Pay-by-Phone App
A pay-by-phone app can be a great way for a business to simplify the payment process for its customers, to make shopping quicker and more convenient, and to reward its most loyal clientele with discounts and other incentives. Done correctly, a quality app can increase your sales and improve customer satisfaction, leading to higher profits and increased loyalty. There are several features that many of the best pay-by-phone apps have in common, and they should all be considered necessary to make sure your app thrives and sets your business apart in today's crowded marketplace.
Worry Free LabsApple Watch UX – Wins and Challenges for Early App Developers
The rush is on as thousands of popular apps on the iPhone and iPad join the fray on the new Apple Watch. But as early adopters have learned, what works beautifully on one system can’t always be ported directly to another. Let’s take a closer look at some user interface challenges faced by early adopter apps and how they’ve shifted their focus for this new consumer innovation.