Pizza Hut looks to up their delivery game with the addition of 3,000 new delivery drivers a month through the end of 2017.
In total, the brand will expand its US pizza delivery force with around 14,000 new full- and part-time delivery driver positions by the end of the year.
Additionally, the company has developed a new “delivery network algorithm” technology system to improve the reliability and accuracy of its deliveries. The new Delivery Network Algorithm (DNA), is a multi-faceted technology system that improves the accuracy and reliability of deliveries.
The new DNA system – which is currently available at all of Pizza Hut’s 6,300 locations in the US – can predict how long a delivery will take and will account for variable factors such as weather, construction, traffic and other irregularities in the delivery pattern to enable safe, accurate deliveries.
Pizza Hut has also re-hauled its online mapping and location services to improve its ability to accurately locate customers and identify the most convenient restaurant locations for both faster delivery and carry-out options.
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