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Pizza Hut to bring QuikOrder to more than 6,000 restaurants

Staff Writer |
Pizza Hut, a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, announced that its U.S. business has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire QuikOrder, an online ordering software and service provider for the restaurant industry.

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Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it marks one of Pizza Hut's largest acquisitions to date.

By acquiring QuikOrder's online ordering capabilities, Pizza Hut U.S. will improve its ability to deliver an easy and personalized online ordering experience and accelerate digital innovation across its base of more than 6,000 restaurants in the U.S. In 2018, approximately half of Pizza Hut U.S. sales were processed through QuikOrder's platform.

Founded in 1997, QuikOrder specializes in developing and maintaining internet-ordering systems used across the QSR industry.

It has served Pizza Hut U.S. for nearly two decades. Over that time, it has built an expert team that fully understands and meets Pizza Hut's specific needs. The acquisition will include: Pizza Hut's current digital ordering platforms, systems and services and QuikOrder's in-restaurant technology and ancillary services, as well as its future generation products and programming.

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