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Subprocessors

Updated July 31, 2023
Stacksync SA (“Stacksync”) uses certain subprocessors to assist it in providing the Stacksync Services as described in the Terms of Service (TOS). Defined terms used herein shall have the same meaning as defined in the TOS.

What is a Subprocessor?

A subprocessor is a third-party data processor engaged by Stacksync, including entities from within the Stacksync Group, who has or potentially will have access to or process personal data on behalf of a Customer. Stacksync engages different types of subprocessors to perform various functions as explained in the tables below. Stacksync refers to third parties that do not have access to or process personal data on behalf of a Customer, but who are otherwise used to provide the Services, as "subcontractors" and not "subprocessors".

Pipeline Data Subprocessors

These are subprocessors who have access to Stacksync production systems and data by virtue of the services they provide.
NAME
NATURE OF PROCESSING
TERRITORY(IES)
Amazon, Inc.
AWS hosting environment for Supplier services
Global
Google, Inc.
Google Cloud hosting environment for Supplier services
Global
Microsoft, Inc.
Azure hosting environment for Supplier services
Global
Okta, Inc.
Authentication and authorization for Stacksync Websites (via Auth0)
Global
Scaleway SAS
Scaleway hosting environment for Supplier services
Global
OVH Groupe SAS
OVH hosting environment for Supplier services
Global

Affiliates

Stacksync SA maintains affiliate companies in countries where our full-time employees work. Each of these affiliate companies comprises members of the Stacksync team who contribute from outside of Switzerland.
NAME
NATURE OF PROCESSING
TERRITORY(IES)
Cegelem
Web Consultants
France

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