Meet Steve. Steve is an attorney. He spends his days advising his clients on legal issues. This includes collaborating with parties outside his firm to negotiate contracts, redline agreements, and review documents. Steve and his team use all sorts of tools to collaborate internally, including Word, a contract management platform, and DocuSign.
For his external collaborations, instead of email, Steve 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 Steve likes TakeTurns.
Share and negotiate contracts and legal documents in a structured way. The turn-by-turn approach makes it clear whose turn it is to work.
Don’t force everyone to adopt new, cloud-based, contract editing tools. Keep using the tools you know (Microsoft Word, etc.) to redline, edit, and manage documents.
Satisfy your record retention requirements with a complete archive of your negotiation (all files, every version, messages, and chats).
Keep a full history of all the documents and files, and their versions exchanged across turns. Quickly access prior versions with the click of a button.
Invite all stakeholders and resources (clients, firm experts) to the review. Access to full history ensures that every participant comes up to speed more quickly.
Avoid duplicating every document and all their versions in everyone’s inboxes. With TakeTurns, files are secure and disappear after a negotiation is closed.
See what was requested, what was received, and the state of any outstanding document requests.
Create and share a package containing all approved and signature-ready versions of the documents.