Technical problems in McDonald's computer network

Technical problems in McDonald’s computer network

It became known that due to technical problems in the computer network, McDonald’s restaurants in Australia, Asia and New Zealand were forced to close.

McDonald’s Corporation has faced massive technical problems that have led to the temporary closure or major disruptions in the operation of hundreds of its restaurants.

The technical problems reportedly began in Japan, where most McDonald’s restaurants were unable to accept orders due to a computer system failure.

Soon, technical problems began to appear in Australia and New Zealand. As a result, many restaurants were forced to completely stop serving customers.

According to Bloomberg, McDonald’s restaurants in major cities in Australia, such as Sydney and Melbourne, completely stopped working for several hours.

Technical problems in McDonald's computer network

The company has not yet commented on what exactly caused the large-scale failure in the computer system.