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Rod Chapman, CIO, Domino's ANZ /Domino's

Domino’s ANZ appoints new CIO

The new CIO has 20 years of experience in senior IT roles in various industries.

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd. has appointed Rod Chapman as the new Domino’s ANZ Chief Information Officer.

Rod has more than 20 years of experience in senior IT roles within the Telecommunications, Finance, Technology, Retail, Convenience and Quick Service Restaurant industries. 

Prior to Domino’s, Rod was the CIO for EG Australia and Woolworths Fuel, where he led the IT function through the transition process of a planned divestment, involving more than 540 stores and 4200 employees. 

In his role as CIO, Rod will be responsible for leading Domino’s ANZ IT functions including the Helpdesk, Cloud Operations, Retail Services and Infrastructure Teams.

“With his background leading large IT projects, we believe Rod is in the best position to lead Domino’s Technology Team into its next era and to support the Australia and New Zealand business to achieve its next phase of growth and innovation,” Domino’s Global CTO Matthias Hansen said.

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