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Kevin Vasconi

CIO and EVP, Domino's Pizza

Kevin Vasconi is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Domino’s Pizza in 2011. He is responsible for providing technology vision and leadership to the recognized world leader in pizza delivery, as well as developing and implementing strategic information technology initiatives that support and improve the business worldwide.

Before joining Domino’s, one of the top restaurant chains in the world, Vasconi worked at Stanley Black & Decker – Stanley Security Solutions in Indianapolis, where he was Chief Information officer and Vice President of engineering.

Prior to his role at Stanley Security Solutions, which designs security products for home and business, Vasconi spent eight years at R.L. Polk & Co., a premier provider of automotive information and marketing solutions, as senior vice president and chief information officer of Polk Global Automotive.

From 2000-2003, he was senior vice president and chief technology officer at Covisint LLC, at the time a joint venture between Ford, General Motors, Daimler Chrysler, Renault Nissan, Oracle and Commerce One. From 1988-2000, Vasconi worked within progressively responsible technology roles at Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Mich., including time as chief technology officer of auto-xchange, a joint venture between Ford Motor Company and Oracle Corporation.

Vasconi received his B.S. in technology from Purdue University. He and his wife, Lisa, have four children, and reside in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Latest from Kevin Vasconi

Mobility is one of the prevailing trends that organizations and fellow CIOs are embracing today. Being the fastest emerging technological trend, mobile cuts across all the e-commerce organizations and as a result has become an integral part of our lives. Features such as wallets, personal assistants, calendars, and news source are all included when it comes to a mobile...
I get up most days thinking about how I can make our customers’ lives just a little easier. That might seem like an odd thing for a CIO to do, but don’t forget-I am also a customer of both my company’s products and our technology. More importantly: so are my family and friends. “Domino’s embraces this philosophy: technology needs to make...