Kelly Garcia has served as Domino's executive vice president – chief technology officer since October 2020. He is responsible for providing technology vision and leadership, as well as developing and implementing strategic information technology initiatives that support and improve Domino's business worldwide.
Prior to his current role, Garcia served as senior vice president, chief technology officer – eCommerce and tech innovation. Since joining Domino's in 2012 as vice president – eCommerce development, Garcia and his team, in partnership with Domino's marketing department, have helped deliver industry-leading consumer experiences and technology innovations. Since 2015, he has introduced 15 innovative AnyWare ordering platforms, including those developed for Ford SYNC, Apple Watch, Samsung TV, Twitter, text message and a unique zero-click ordering app. More recently, AnyWare partnerships with Amazon Echo, Google Home and Facebook Messenger have evolved to also include advanced AI ordering capabilities.
In late 2017, Garcia and his team began testing autonomous vehicle delivery by executing a pioneering test program with Ford Motor Co., and assessing the execution and customer experience around pizza delivery for the future.
Prior to Domino's, Garcia was with R.L. Polk & Co. from 2004 to 2012, most recently as vice president of business intelligence and North American operations. He served in several global application development and support roles. Before R.L. Polk, Garcia was manager of consulting services in the technology and supply chain sectors of Capgemini.
Garcia graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in computer science and engineering.