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hello everyone my name is jeff mespauer content manager at agiloft welcome to todays training webinar titled using and modifying the contract types table presented by agile off implementer damien kemp as part two of our series on the contract types table today well discuss the more advanced concepts of using and modifying the contract types in agiloft as well as how to leverage this versatile table to streamline your system and bring more visibility to your contract process presentation will be about 32 minutes followed by a live q a with damian please submit your questions in the appropriate window in the zoom platform at any time during the presentation it takes us about a minute to queue up the video so please bear with us as we do that hi im damian and im going to be talking to you about advanced contract classification in agile specifically some ideas on how to make the best use of the contract types table to structure and manage contract metadata im going to assume that you