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Fleet Management Software Provider KeepTruckin Procures $190M At $2.3B Valuation: Bloomberg

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  • KeepTruckin Inc has raised $190 million in a new funding round that values the San Francisco fleet management software provider at $2.3 billion, Bloomberg reports.

  • The funding will help to develop its technology offerings in part by doubling the headcount of its research and development team to over 700.

  • G2 Venture Partners led the round with BlackRock Inc, Index Ventures, Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) venture capital arm GV, Greenoaks Capital, IVP, and Scale Venture Partners.

  • Founded in 2013, KeepTruckin offers artificial intelligence-powered hardware and software to a range of fleet management businesses, including Carvana Co (NYSE: CVNA), JB Hunt Transport Services Inc (NASDAQ: JBHT), and Cascade Drilling.

  • The AI lowered some of KeepTruckin’s customers’ accident frequency by over 30% from the AI deployment. It had also reduced insurance rates and seat belt violations.

  • KeepTruckin’s fuel hub offering will also provide visibility for electric, battery-powered vehicles.

  • KeepTruckin’s annual recurring revenue exceeds $150 million. The company is growing at an annualized rate of over 70%. KeepTruckin last raised funding in 2019 at a $1.4 billion valuation.

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