Meet Kevin. Kevin works in procurement. He directs his organization’s purchase of materials, products, and services. Kevin works with suppliers and vendors on RFIs/RFPs, contracts and agreements, and onboarding. He and his team use all sorts of tools to collaborate internally, including: procure-to-pay systems, Slack, and DocuSign.
For his external collaborations, instead of email, Kevin uses TakeTurns.
TakeTurns is a new way to share, request, review or revise documents and files with your external parties. It’s based on the simple idea of collaborating turn-by-turn.
Here’s why Kevin likes TakeTurns.
Take a turn-by-turn approach to streamline your work with vendors and avoid unstructured email threads for managing RFI/RFPs, contracts and agreements, and vendor onboarding.
One place to share, review, revise, and request files (RFPs, agreements, and onboarding forms) from vendors and suppliers.
View all your open negotiations in one place to track progress and identify bottlenecks.
Invite all relevant stakeholders (procurement, legal, sales, finance, etc) to your negotiations. Access to full history ensures every participant comes up to speed more quickly.
Share key deadlines with your vendors to ensure RFIs, RFPs, and other negotiations are completed in a timely fashion.
Avoid spawning multiple email threads. Use the built-in chat to keep all stakeholder communications in the same place.
Access the history of your negotiation (files, messages, and chats) at any time and download a complete archive when the deal is closed.
Link your deals in your procurement system with all the vendor-facing collaborations, negotiations, and closing in TakeTurns.
Avoid duplicating every deal document and all their versions in everyone’s inboxes. With TakeTurns, files are secure and disappear after a deal is closed.