Isaac Instruments celebrates 25 years

Isaac Instruments celebrates 25 years

While marking a quarter-century in business, ISAAC instruments is also celebrating 10 years exclusively focused on helping fleets succeed.

Isaac Instruments announced it is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a provider of telemetry data to the transportation industry. As part of the yearlong celebration, Isaac unveiled a 25th anniversary logo and is planning anniversary-themed giveaways at trucking industry events throughout 2024.

“Isaac Instruments has 25 years’ experience developing technology for vehicles, with many of these years focused on research and development of OEM prototypes,” explained Jacques DeLarochelliere, co-founder and chief executive officer of Isaac. “We were initially involved in projects that were extremely sophisticated and complex.”

This year also marks a decade since Isaac’s decision to focus exclusively on the trucking industry and the launch of the Isaac InControl mobile tablet. In the decade since this decision, Isaac says it has achieved an annual average growth of 33%. The organization has grown to 200 colleagues across Canada and the United States, with more than 500 fleet clients and 50,000 connected trucks. In 2019, Isaac opened a 37,000-square-foot headquarters building in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Quebec. A few years later, it opened a U.S. office in Cleveland, Ohio.

“Isaac ‘grew up’ in a tough, competitive neighborhood, and 10 years ago we saw that the trucking market could leverage our solution more than others,” DeLarochelliere said. “That is why we decided to focus our mission on connecting people and technology to simplify trucking and keep the wheels turning.”

Co-founder and executive vice president Jean-Sebastien Bouchard said this decision allowed Isaac to center its efforts on one application.

“This made it easier to scale product development and use our innovation to grow our base with carriers excited to grow with our solution,” Bouchard said. “Our objective remains to provide the best in-cab technology available to the trucking industry, and I am very proud of the relationships ISAAC has built—and continues to strengthen.”

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