Contract metadata is data that describes a contract, such as its terms and conditions, parties, and governing law. It can also include information about the contract’s performance, such as dates and amounts.
Contract metadata is used to manage contracts and track their status throughout their lifecycle. It can help identify risk areas and potential issues, and can be used to generate reports on contract activity.
Contract metadata can be stored in a variety of formats, including text documents, spreadsheets, databases, and cloud-based solutions.