Cracking loan tapes just got quick and simple

Tape Cracker is a data wrangling tool powered by machine learning for ingesting, mapping, and formatting loan datasets originating from multiple sources.

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The one-stop shop for cracking &
analyzing loan tapes
The one-stop shop for cracking &
analyzing loan tapes

The days of spending hours organizing loan tape data are over.

Streamline the mapping of loan tapes
Consolidate data from different sources, eliminate the need to use multiple software programs, and auto-map fields across different tapes thanks to our machine learning algorithm
Built-in data validations
Bad data, inconsistent formatting, and missing values are identified for you, allowing you to easily understand the gaps in your data
Powerful analytical capabilities
Configure derivative fields and build loan pools in order to compare different versions of the same dataset
Custom reporting
Create dynamic, multi-level strats that are easily exported to Excel at the pool level
File-sharing made simple
Share deals across your organization using our web app or via hyperlink
Cracking loan tapes made easy.
Less work. More analysis.
Cracking loan tapes made easy.
Less work. More analysis.

Ready to streamline and simplify your data mapping process? Get started with Tape Cracker today.

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