Industry News | May 22, 2008

Papa John's Takes Online Ordering to Canada

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ONOSYS Online Ordering, a provider of remote ordering technologies for pizza, quick-service, and casual-dining restaurants, has been selected by Papa John's (NASDAQ: PZZA) to take online ordering into the Canadian market.

The ONOSYS online ordering technology will provide Papa John’s customers with a way to view menu choices and place orders for pickup or delivery. Technologies incorporated into the ONOSYS design also provide each restaurant with detailed sales and marketing data, enabling individual restaurants to customize each customer’s web experience.

Papa John’s has taken more than 40 million orders online since the company launched the service in the U.S. in 2001.

"Expanding online ordering to our Canadian customers is a high priority as we ramp-up restaurant development in Canada," says Rob Wathen, director of Restaurant Systems for Papa John’s International. "We selected ONOSYS to partner with because of their experience in pizza and quick-service concepts. We were also impressed with their system's flexibility, and their willingness to provide a solution that meets our needs."

As part of its international expansion plans, Papa John’s recently announced the signing of development agreements to open 57 additional restaurants in Canada to complement the 18 that are currently open throughout Western Canada.