The shares of Domino’s Pizza Inc. (DPZ, +9.98%) soared by 12.1% to an eight-month peak in premarket trade on Wednesday after the pizza chain revealed an agreement with Uber Technologies Inc. for its menus to be listed on the Uber Eats food delivery app and Postmates. Initial rollouts will take place in select markets in the fall, with a nationwide launch expected by the end. The Wall Street Journal reported earlier that a deal was signed with Uber, reversing Domino’s previous stance of not working with food delivery companies as rivals had done for many years. Domino’s CEO Russell Weiner said that now that the aggregators have reached scale, order aggregation is a logical market for them to enter. Our research in the U.S., and the learnings from thirteen of our international markets, have shown that taking orders through the Uber Eats Marketplace gives us access to a new customer segment and will provide us with a significant amount of additional delivery orders when it’s widely released.