Kevin Vasconi is executive vice president and chief information officer for Domino's, responsible for providing technology vision and leadership, as well as developing and implementing strategic information technology initiatives that support and improve the operations of the global American pizza restaurant chain.
Since joining Domino's Pizza in 2011, Vasconi has overseen the team responsible for producing in-house applications that have truly revolutionized the Domino's ordering experience. He has also led the rollout of several unique, innovative pizza-ordering platforms, including Amazon Alexa, Apple Watch, Facebook Messenger, Google Home, Twitter and text message — as well as Domino's HotSpots in mid-2018, which made nontraditional address locations available for delivery via digital ordering. Domino's has become one of the world's largest online retailers in transactions, behind only the likes of Apple and Amazon.
Before joining Domino's, Vasconi worked at Stanley Security Solutions, a division of Stanley Black & Decker, in Indianapolis, where he was chief information officer and vice president of engineering. Prior to that role, 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.
Vasconi spent much of his early technology career in the automotive industry. From 2000 to 2003, he was senior vice president and chief technology officer at Covisint LLC, which was at the time a joint venture between Ford, General Motors, Daimler Chrysler, Renault Nissan, Oracle and Commerce One. From 1988–2000, Vasconi worked progressively within various technology roles at Ford Motor in Dearborn, Michigan, including time as chief technology officer of AutoXchange, a joint venture between Ford Motor and Oracle.
Vasconi received his BS in technology from Purdue University. He and his wife, Lisa, have four children and reside in Ann Arbor, Michigan.