Being a good chef has a lot to do with being organized. I love cooking and I understand the importance of having the best equipment in my kitchen. That's why I also think that it's really important to have an inventory of all the electronic products that I own in the kitchen and keep track of its documentation, such as the receipts, the manuals, the warranties, etc. Until now, I've been using a classic 3-ring binder, but this takes space and frankly isn't that easy to use when you are looking for a specific document. I've been looking at some paperless alternatives.
I started using Evernote (https://evernote.com/), it's really useful to storage all the documentation. However, it's not specifically for products and tends to end up a bit messy. I've recently tried Unioncy (https://www.unioncy.com/) that automatically creates a catalog of your products from the information in your receipts, backs up a copy of the original one, stores the users manual of the product and also tracks each product warranty.
How do you currently manage the documentation of your kitchen equipment? Have you ever tried one of these paperless systems? Do you know any other paperless alternative?