Devs connect Plato to their databases and APIs, providing a safe foundation on which anyone can build tools. Plato can run either in the cloud or self hosted in a Docker image.
Whitelist our IP, then connect your relational database or warehouse. All queries are live. Data is never stored in Plato.
Connect your internal APIs and SaaS endpoints, exposing them to your team as simple forms.
Secure data with SSO and granular permissions. Define custom views that restrict your teammates access to your database.
Your business doesn't stand still. Neither should your tools.
Plato is a live workspace, like Excel or Airtable, that lets operators extend their tools in real time.
Plato provides an Airtable-like UI for managing your database with CRUD operations, inline edits, and custom views.
Extend your existing tables with virtual columns that live entirely in Plato. Or create entirely new tables, just like in Airtable.
Creating automations has never been this easy. Whether it's for data pipelines or application controls like button clicks and form submissions, just press record.
Create new apps out of dozens of builtin components such as tables, buttons, forms, and dynamic formulas.
Build custom workflows for daily operations such as onboarding users, filing claims, or submitting purchase orders.
Developers choose Plato to give their teammates tools that evolve as fast as their business.
Build an admin panel that lets your team...
Extend free trials
Resolve customer support queries
Give your operations team a workspace to...
Automate inventory management
Sync transporters with your CRM
Manage warehouse operations
Give your operations team the tools to...
Introduce new KYC approval rules
Automate compliance in new markets
Identify and track unusual transaction patterns
Build claims processing queues
Ecommerce ops are messy. Build your operations on a platform that can adapt.
Track and automate inventory operations
Automate vendor messaging
Identify and resolve missing product information
Product and Operations don't belong in the same backlog. Plato lets operators adapt their workflows to changing requirements in minutes, not weeks.
Isn't it strange that every "low-code" internal tool builder is built only for engineers? Plato gives operators the power to extend their own tools without bothering engineers.
Plato lets developers provide their team with a safe and secure workspace for internal tools, and the peace of mind to step away and work on other things.