Tableau Reporting Solution Integrated With ARMCO’s Mortgage QC Software

Posted by Patrick Barnard on February 05, 2015 No Comments
Categories : Residential Mortgage

ARMCO, ACES Risk Management, a provider of quality control (QC) software for the mortgage industry, reports that it has enhanced the reporting capabilities of its Web-based audit technology through an integration with Tableau Software.

Through this integration, users of the ACES platform will be able to access the reporting functionality delivered by Tableau. As such, they will be able to conduct advanced analysis and create highly visual reports using real-time data.

Through the reporting dashboard, users will have the option to employ a set of pre-defined reports or create their own using Tableau's drag-and-drop functionality.

‘Big data is an idea whose time has come for the mortgage industry,’ says Avi Naider, chairman and CEO for ARMCO, in a release. ‘The level of detailed reporting Tableau provides allows our customers to get their arms around the data they possess to uncover actionable insights regarding the quality of their loan production and portfolio.’

‘In addition, lenders and servicers are no longer tied to providing page after page of static PDF-based reports,’ Naider adds. ‘Tableau's dynamic reporting capabilities allow recipients to interact with the data being reported and filter the information in their quality control and compliance software as needed to provide greater or more specific detail.’

‘What's truly unique about the ACES-Tableau integration is the ability for our customers to quickly and easily provide visual reports to administrators and regulators using real-time data,’ says Phil McCall, chief operating officer for ARMCO. ‘For example, if a lender is having issues with a specific Fannie Mae category, such as credit exceptions, Tableau allows that lender to drill down into their data to determine what the specific issues are and where those issues are occurring. This can be especially appealing to report recipients because it demonstrates that the lender can get to the root of the problem quickly and create an action plan to fix it.’

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