Domino’s is trying out an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system to take phone orders.
Domino’s ordering assistant, “Dom”, has been available on smartphone apps since 2014, and has been very successful as part of the phone app, allowing customers to place voice orders. Using voice commands provides a hands-free methods of placing an order.
Dom also exists as a chatbot on Facebook and on Domino’s webpage. Now, Domino’s is moving this technology to phone orders with a limited test introduction.
This post is based on the Chain Storage article, Pizza chain’s virtual ordering assistant takes on a new task, by Deena M. Amato-McCoy, April 23, 2018. Image source: Shutterstock / Ljupco Smokovski.
1. Why would Domino’s want to use this technology?
Guidance: The biggest reasons are related to cost. The workers at the store can now concentrate on filling the orders rather than taking the phone calls, or tracking orders. This should result in labor savings.
2. What problems might Domino’s encounter with the use of Dom for phone orders.
Guidance: Previous uses of Dom, including voice ordering through the smartphone app, have been well received. Domino’s use of humor Continue reading