Build and manage data in a Postgres database with a spreadsheet-like interface. Demo. Ideally all data would be managed in a purpose-built application backed by a database, designed by a database expert, but IT departments have to prioritize what applications they build or buy. As a result, a lot of data ends up being managed in a spreadsheet or a Microsoft Access database. These tools are flexible and easy for non-IT staff to build, but IT departments often see them as sources of technical debt: they only support one user at a time, they’re single points of failure since they’re usually not backed up, and they’re difficult to integrate into other systems.