The Continental Carbon Company developed and licenses a carbon black manufacturing method to produce high quality carbon
products like industrial rubber, tire rubber, and specialty carbon black. This Houston, Texas-based company employs talented engineers
and scientists that helped them patent a unique reactor technology for the rubber goods industry.
Continental Carbon is mandated by law to keep accurate inventory of their machinery and materials, and before working with Unitech,
they kept records using pen-and-paper. This manual process was slow and prone to human error, so Continental Carbon came to
Unitech looking for a way to automate their inventory process.
These devices run on Android, making them easy to develop software for.
The TB120 tablet was the only device Continental Carbon could find that would fit their needs: the integrated barcode scanner allowed
them to save money and offered more convenience than buying a companion scanner. The powerful scan engine is built directly on the
device, making it simple to scan efficiently.
The TB1020 and PA700 were both ideal because Continental Carbon found them rugged enough to withstand the rough conditions of their
manufacturing plants. They were happy to know that their investment wouldn't be plagued with recurring repair and replacement costs.
Event ticketing company Admit One needed a solution to replace inefficient paper accounting methods.
AMC Movie Theaters needed a faster, more accurate way of determining customer's ages at their MacGuffins Bar & Lounge, and Unitech's PA720 provided a quick ID scanning solution to save employees the time of calculating age in their heads.
Apex Supply Chain Technologies
Unitech provided Apex Supply Chain Technologies with an efficient barcode scanning solution that integrated with their existing system.
BMI Systems Group
BMI Systems Group found that Unitech devices were the perfect companion to their asset tracking software, allowing them to offer a complete solution.
The Boeing Company
Boeing's order manual was densely printed with barcodes, requiring more accurate scanners. Unitech devices were able to provide more precise barcode reading.
Comcast NBC Universal is an industry leader in residential & commercial internet, phone, and cable television, operating under the trade name Xfinity. The cable communications giant brings in over $80 billion dollars in revenue and over 22 million customers in the United States.
Unitech devices helped Elections Canada upgrade their system to a faster, more accurate way of counting votes.
Unitech provided wholesale goods supplier HT Hackney with fast, wireless devices to replace dated, dial-up connection inventory hardware.
Unitech's MR650 provided Harrah's with a convenient way to meet Missouri state gaming regulations.
Unitech provided high quality inventory tracking devices to Imperial Trading at a lower cost than competitors.
Unitech provided Iris USA with a modern enterprise mobile computer that would interface with their Windows CE web-based app.
Unitech provided luxury retailer Louis Vuitton with a reliable scanner to check store inventory.
Unitech provided Scott Farms with a mobile computer rugged enough for the farm and powerful enough for the office.
Spencer's Gifts/Spirit Halloween
Unitech provided Spencer's Gifts with a modern, efficient inventory management solution for their Spirit Halloween stores.
Sur La Table
Unitech provided Sur La Table with the quick turnaround service and person-to-person customer experience they were looking for.
Waxie Sanitary Supply
Unitech provided Waxie with a more efficient way to enter orders into their specialized system.
Unitech's HT630 mobile computer provided Weyehaeuser with a more convenient way to count items in a shipment.
Wholesale Plywood & Lumber
Unitech's PA692 offered a solution that improved the accuracy and speed of Wholesale Lumber's lumber-tallying process.