Comcast NBC is an industry leader in residential and commerical internet, phone, and cable television, operating under the name Xfinity.
The cable communications giant brings in over $80 billion dollars in revenue yearly and serves over 22 million customers in the United States.
Before working with Unitech, Xfinity technicians would track inventory like cable TV boxes, routers, and remotes manually.
With hundreds of trucks full of stock going to and from residences daily, inventory items would be lost, forgotten, or stolen, leading to a loss of revenue.
Xfinity carefully researched many manufacturers of rugged mobile computers and barcode scanners, including Motorola, Opticon,
Datalogic, and CipherLab. Eventually, they decided on Unitech thanks to our exceptional customer service; Xfinity wanted to customize their
devices and Unitech was happy to help. Xfinity technicians used iPhones to scan barcodes, so Unitech altered their software to
add a double click feature that would close the keyboard, making the devices much easier to use and more efficient.
Comcast's original order was for 100 units of Unitech's MS910 pocket scanner, but after seeing the convenience of
working with Unitech's helpful support team, they increased their order to 2,500 units.
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.
Unitech devices helped Continental Carbon shift from tedious pen-and-paper record keeping methods to a more accurate automated system.
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.