Isuzu updates ISIS software

Sales software gets an update with new content and functionality

Isuzu updates ISIS software
Isuzu's software in action.


Isuzu Trucks has updated its Isuzu Sales Information System (ISIS); the company’s software solution to assist sales staff fit-out a customer’s desired vehicle.

The ISIS 8.1 solution brings content updates, such as the integration the 2015 N Series models; enriched vehicle graphics; and touchscreen functionality on tablets and laptops into the sales assistant.

Isuzu Australia chief engineer of product strategy Simon Humphries says the "best truck you can buy is always going to be the one that is best suited to your needs, and that is exactly what ISIS 8.1 enables you to do."

The information collected by ISIS, he says, will be available to customers online and to Isuzu itself for further product refinements into the future.

"All ISIS solutions generated at Isuzu truck dealerships can be stored into a ‘cloud’ server for access by customers operating on any compatible device around the country," Humphries says.

"It also means Isuzu Australia can study what our customers are looking for and continue to fine tune our product and service offerings into the future."

The new software also utilise smart technology, Humphries says, to provide an electronic report on the vehicle’s performance and characteristics.

"Not only can ISIS provide you with detailed whole-of-life costing, we can also provide you with a full analysis of how that truck will perform once loaded and over varying road conditions," he says.

Isuzu says ISIS 8.1 has also been updated to include the new National Code of Practice for Heavy Vehicle Modifications checklist. 



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