Domino's Pizza appoints Terry Powell as new chief information officer
He will replace Wayne McMahon.
Domino’s Pizza has announced that Terry Powell will now serve as the group’s chief information officer (CIO) across the company’s seven markets starting this month.
Slated to oversee the strategic and operational aspects of Domino’s technology and infrastructure solutions, Powell has more than 20 years’ experience in IT leadership, security, management consulting and marketing across a range of sectors, including financial services, government agencies and retail.
His most recent role was with Suncorp, where he led the technology division for the insurance business.
As CIO, Powell will work with chief digital and technology officer (CDTO) Michael Gillespie to “bring efficiencies and new ways to engage the company's customers.”
He will replace Wayne McMahon, who will become CDTO for Competitive Foods Group in July.
Domino’s Group CEO and managing director Don Meij said McMahon was “instrumental” in laying the foundations for some of the company’s biggest platforms over the past seven years.
“Under Wayne’s leadership, Domino’s has grown from strength to strength delivering some of the world’s best information technology solutions. We have been a true disruptor in this space and the focus on technology over these past seven years, under Wayne’s leadership, has been critical in achieving this,” Meij said in a statement.