Domino's ($DPZ) is dominating; the Michigan-based pizza chain has managed to successfully scale and franchise its business from coast-to-coast, all while digitizing its processes in the last 20 years to make it a first mover, and a long-lasting, player in the casual dining space.
Shares are only up about 6% over the last 12 months, but Domino's stock is still hovering around all-time highs. When Domino's announces earnings results February 20, analysts tracked by Zacks Investment Research are looking for EPS $2.93.
Domino's stock is up nearly 57% since the timeframe on the above chart begins - and, ratings submitted into the Apple ($AAPL) Store shows this form of engagement has risen more than 293% for Domino's since 2018 began.
What's more - Domino's also earned more than 1.36 million ratings in the Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) Play Store - its apps are rated at least a 4.7-out-of-5, in Google, and even higher, on Apple's platform.
In our next chart, we can see (above) that Domino's job postings appear to be rising ever-so-slightly over time, with the exceptions where the company appears to whittle down some roles. Still, from February 2019 - during a period when it posted fewer jobs - and this year, postings rose about 24%.
There's plenty of other data defining Domino's dominance - and some of it comes in the form of the failure of would-be competitors, like pizza startup Zume, which pivoted its way through millions in investors capital before giving up the ghost of becoming a robotic pizza delivery company, to instead focus on sustainable packaging.
About the Data:
Thinknum tracks companies using the information they post online - jobs, social and web traffic, product sales and app ratings - and creates data sets that measure factors like hiring, revenue and foot traffic. Data sets may not be fully comprehensive (they only account for what is available on the web), but they can be used to gauge performance factors like staffing and sales.