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Papa John’s serves up digital upgrade

By Retail Technology | Sunday April 25 2021

Pizza chain Papa John’s has announced plans to accelerate its digital leadership and data cloud strategy

Papa John’s will expand its work with Google to migrate its data centres to Google Cloud, which will help meet a surge in demand for online ordering and delivery, and provide a foundation for ongoing innovations and improvements to the customer experience.

Today’s expanded partnership is part of a multi-phase strategy to optimise application engineering, business operations, and customer experiences. Papa John’s selected Google Cloud for its proven expertise in supporting enterprise migrations of on-premises workloads to the cloud.

“Google Cloud continues to be a strategic and trusted partner in supporting our best-in-class digital platforms, particularly as we’ve experienced tremendous growth in consumer demand over the past year,” said Justin Falciola, CTO, Papa John’s International

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