Turnaround Document


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Turnaround Document

A document resulting from a computer output to which information is added. The information is then fed back into the computer. A common example is a utility meter reading.
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Using the Internet, vendors can view and print retailer purchase orders and then respond with turnaround documents including shipment case labels, shipment manifests, advance ship notices (ASN) and invoices, immediately without having to re-key information.
According to Forrester's Moore's blog post, "Because the case system is based on BPM and business rules, nothing falls between the cracks while the case worker is waiting for all the turnaround documents, requests for information and collaboration interactions to complete.
Turnaround documents, such as a purchase order, can be used to create an invoice without rekeying all of the data.