KeepTruckin is on a mission to improve the efficiency and profitability of America's trucking industry by building great technology products for truck drivers and fleet managers. The KeepTruckin ELD is the easiest to use and most affordable electronic logging system in the market. KeepTruckin provides drivers with the number one rated Electronic Logbook App for iOS & Android. For fleets, KeepTruckin's web dashboard automates log auditing, IFTA reporting, vehicle location tracking, and more. 
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
424 (est)+11%
KeepTruckin was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at KeepTruckin

Ryan Johns

Ryan Johns

Co-Founder
Shoaib Makani

Shoaib Makani

Co-Founder

KeepTruckin Office Locations

KeepTruckin has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
500 350 Sansome St
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KeepTruckin Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$78.3 m

Latest funding size

$50 m

Time since last funding

2 months ago

Investors

KeepTruckin's latest funding round in March 2018 was reported to be $50 m. In total, KeepTruckin has raised $78.3 m
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KeepTruckin Operating Metrics

Mar, 2017Mar, 2018

Clients

500 30 k
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KeepTruckin News and Updates

KeepTruckin raises $50 million from IVP, GV, others to grow its fleet management tech

KeepTruckin, a company that provides tucking firms with technology for tracking vehicles and keeping digital logs of hours driven, has raised $50 million in a series C round of funding led by IVP, with participation from GV (formerly Google Ventures), Index Ventures, and Scale Venture Partners — all…

KeepTruckin raises $18 million as Silicon Valley eyes trucking industry: Reuters

Venture capitalists have poured $18 million into a startup that is helping to digitize the long-haul trucking industry, the latest sign that Silicon Valley is eager to take a piece of a $700 billion-a-year sector that has long relied on pencil and paper, Reuters reported.
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