Documentation Boxes

Documentation is a wide-reaching term. It can refer the work of technical writers working on software, medical devices, and more. It could be documentation for a mortgage or a different kind of loan, or financial advising of some sort. New employee onboarding usually refers to some documentation, whether it's HR-related or workflows of the organization. Basically, as much as we might want the convenience of accessing things online, paper isn't going anywhere.  And when you need to organize those papers, documentation boxes are your best friend. 

At Sunrise, our documentation boxes take the best elements from two worlds. We combine a binder, with it's efficient ring design, and embed it in a magnetic box. It's dual functionality and provides immense value to our customers. 

Documentation Boxes in Production

In the example to the side, you can see a recent project completed for APITech. These are sample kits that can hold documentation as necessary alongside other materials that this organization shares with their constituents. It allows their team to easily carry multiple pieces of collateral without the hassle of loose sheets or oddly-shaped materials. It also creates a single, clean resource point for their customers, or a kind of presentation packaging. 

This is just one application of this style of boxes. Other industries that have utilized our unique approach to documentation boxes include healthcare, real estate, financial and medical companies. For all of these folks, it's about functionality and ease of use. And with the ability to craft custom inserts, dynamic graphics and more, every documentation box is 100% unique to the client.

Storage and Marketing, Together

It's not often that we see a storage piece that can work for marketing, too. But that's exactly the balance we strike with our documentation boxes. It's just another example of the innovative packaging we love to create.

As we mentioned above, this packaging is customizable in many ways. Need a foam insert? Want embossing on the side? Not sure how to make it work but interested to learn more? Whatever your questions or specifications might be, our team is ready to chat. Contact us now!

Uses for a Binder Box

Packaging is sometimes a bit of a hidden art form. It's something that's always present in multiple forms in your life. But when it's done well, we don't always notice it. That's the case with a sturdy binder or binder box. 

A three ring binder is fairly utilitarian thing. We need it when we need it, and we take it for granted when it's sturdy and made to withstand usage. It's when it falls apart that we notice it. That's why we're making the case for *not* being the organization with the bad binders. 

Using a Binder Box for Durability

One way to not be that organization? Invest in quality binders. One way to be the organization that people remember for great binders? Use a binder box. 

A binder box uses a tray with the metal rings attached. The classic binder style uses a magnetic flap to keep the entire thing enclosed, and the inserts firmly in place. It's a great tool not only for marketing, but for weathering the elements as well. Think of it as useful on a construction site or in a shop. Blueprints, receipts, timesheets, and more can be kept securely in one place. Additionally, this type of packaging can be fully printed and customized to your needs. Whatever colors, watermark, logo, and other branding needs you might have can be included. 

A Box for All Industries

The binder box lends itself well to a variety of industries outside of construction. And it's not limited to work sites or marketing presentations. It's great for training materials and classroom use, to keep syllabuses in order while giving you the ability to take notes and add your own materials. Basically, no matter what your business is, there's a business use for the binder box. 

Teaching, training, project management, and beyond. The binder box can make your life easier and the lives of your employees and customers. Get a quote and get started with your binder design today.