BALTIMORE, Feb. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- OrderUp, the most complete on-demand food delivery marketplace for hometowns nationwide, today announced the hiring of Chris McGlothlin as Chief Operating Officer. McGlothlin will oversee OrderUp's operations. A key area of focus for McGlothlin is scaling OrderUp's online ordering and on-demand delivery infrastructure, the company's fastest-growing segment, which now accounts for over 30,000 weekly transactions and has grown 50 percent month-over-month.
McGlothin's previous roles include Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President of Domino's Pizza and Vice President of Yum Brands, Inc. While at Domino's, McGlothlin led strategic and tactical leadership of technology and business intelligence, fueling the growth of Domino's digital channels to $1 billion in sales and leading the development of key advancements such as Domino's mobile ordering and Domino's Pizza Tracker™.
"Chris' experience building Domino's e-Commerce platform combined with his delivery operations experience, including creating systems and processes to support best-in-class delivery, will accelerate OrderUp's rapid growth nationwide," said Chris Jeffery, CEO and co-founder of OrderUp. "His extensive operational and restaurant knowledge in the food delivery space will help us take advantage of our biggest growth opportunities."
"There is massive potential in the delivery market, and OrderUp's platform and team provide a prime opportunity for operational excellence," said McGlothlin. "I am very excited to join OrderUp to help propel the company through this tremendous point in its market growth."
About OrderUp, Inc.
OrderUp is an online and mobile ordering marketplace focused on delivering from all of the restaurants that customers actually want. With feet on the street in over 36 towns, OrderUp provides easy access to great food from locals’ favorite restaurants. Headquartered in Baltimore, MD, OrderUp has a dual-distribution model, with some locations owned and operated by the company, and others franchised. Visit orderup.com to learn more.See Original Article