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TakeTurns Tips: External Collaboration Need Structure

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Clare Nosowitz
Clare Nosowitz
Customer Success Manager
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TakeTurns Tips: External Collaboration Need Structure

Email is the most used tool for collaborating with external stakeholders, but it has a lot of limitations. Email was designed solely for messaging, and when used for business-critical collaborations (like contract negotiations and  RFxes), it performs poorly, creating disorganization and chaos. 

And while some structure is necessary, too much structure can also become an obstacle. We discussed this in our blog Improving the RFx Process with TakeTurns

“Overly prescriptive processes create environments where non-productive tasks can become overwhelming. Needing to ‘click all the right boxes at just the right time or goading the underlying technology to meet your needs can leave you feeling like you’re trying to use a Rube Goldberg machine to accomplish what should be a simple task.”

TakeTurns provides just the right amount of structure for business-critical external collaborations, and adds productivity features that enable you to engage confidently with your external stakeholders. 

If you’re ready to elevate the way you work with external stakeholders, are interested in a demo, or just want to reach out, click here to discover the transformative impact TakeTurns can have on your external collaborations.

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