Branch Integrates with Domino’s PULSE™ Franchise Office System to Deliver Domino’s Employees Faster Payments and Financial Wellness

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Servant Systems Partnership Enables Domino’s Franchises to Distribute Same-day Payment of Wages, Tips, and Mileage

Branch, the challenger bank that partners with employers, today announced an integration agreement with Servant Systems, the software developer for the Domino’s PULSE™ Franchise Office System. Used by Domino’s franchises throughout the US, the Domino’s PULSE™ Franchise Office System aggregates franchisees’ financial, payroll, and other store information with Domino’s system-wide PULSE™ in-store order entry system (PULSE).

Through the partnership, Branch will integrate with Servant System’s software to offer Domino’s franchisees seamless data transfer and access to Branch’s capabilities, including faster payment options and financial wellness tools for employees. Current store payment systems demand large quantities of cash on-site, which can lead to higher levels of theft, loss, and administrative time. With Branch, Domino’s franchise owners can instantly pay employees wages, tips, and mileage onto the Branch digital wallet and debit card, without requiring pre-funding, cash reserves, or changes to payroll.

“Domino’s has become synonymous with fast, reliable delivery, thanks to their dedicated employees and innovative tools like PULSE,” said Branch CEO Atif Siddiqi. “Especially at a time when speed of payments is essential to meeting day to day needs, we look forward to partnering with Servant Systems to continue that innovation by delivering faster, safer payments to Domino’s employees.”

The partnership provides franchises additional ways to support current and new employees during these unprecedented times. Along with faster payment options, franchises can also provide employees financial wellness offerings including fee-free checking accounts, an overview of projected earnings, and budgeting tools. Branch is the first same-day payment provider to be integrated directly into PULSE.

“We’re excited to begin a partnership with Branch which will benefit both the franchisees and especially their employees.” said Bruce Franson, Vice President and CTO of Servant Systems.

Servant Systems in partnership with Domino’s Pizza has developed and deployed the PULSE™ Franchise Office System, used by over 3,000 Domino’s stores globally. Because of its timely and accurate reporting for multi-unit franchise owners, Domino’s franchises rely on the PULSE™ Franchise Office System to run efficient operations. The system offers stores a quick daily overview of key performance indicators helping them reduce food and labor costs quickly and optimize performance.

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About Branch
Branch is the only challenger bank that partners with employers to help Americans grow financially. Employers turn to Branch to reduce the costs of paper checks and paycards by offering Branch as a free financial wellness benefit and banking alternative. Employees that sign up with Branch can receive a zero-fee bank account, free instant access to earned wages, and budgeting tools to help them manage their cash flow between paychecks. Branch has partnered with some of the nation’s largest employers and are adding new employers daily in retail, restaurant, logistics, manufacturing, and healthcare. To learn more about Branch, visit and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

About Servant Systems
Servant Systems develops custom franchise operations software for service-based industries. Servant Systems’ vision is to advance the growth of thousands of small business franchise owners, and service delivery franchisee systems through industry-leading software. Servant Systems’ SmartWare provides you with the confidence that you will be able to keep up with your customers’ ever-changing needs, while delivering consistent brand experience from initial contact through delivery of service. To learn more about us, please visit:

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