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Subprocessors & Subcontractors

Last modified and current as of: Sept 30, 2020

QuickBase, Inc. (“Quickbase”) uses certain subprocessors and subcontractors to assist it in providing the Quickbase Services as described in the Terms of Service.

What is a Subprocessor?

A subprocessor is a third party engaged by Quickbase who has or potentially will have access to or process Service Data (which may contain Personal Data). Quickbase engages different types of subprocessors to perform various functions as explained in the tables below. Quickbase refers to third parties that do not process Service Data but who are otherwise used to provide the Services as “subcontractors” and not subprocessors.

The following is a current list of subprocessors. This list may be updated by Quickbase in the event of changes to its subprocessors, and notice shall be effective as of the date of update.

Entity Name

Purpose

Location of Services

AWS Amazon

Data hosting

United States

SparkPost

Email Services

United States

Cloudflare, Inc.

Content distribution, and security services

Global

Marketo

Communications technology

United States

Splunk

Log Management

United States

PendoProduct usage analyticsUnited States
Snowflake
Data Warehousing
United States
Google Cloud
Data Hosting
United States
Mulesoft
API Integration
Global
Zuora
Customer Billing
United States
Mapbox
Mapping data
United States


Subcontractors

As explained above, Quickbase also uses certain “subcontractors” to assist in the operations necessary to provide the Quickbase Services. The following is a list (as of the date of this policy) of the names and locations of material third-party subcontractors. Subcontractors do not have access to Service Data

Entity Name

Entity Type

Entity Country

Flexential

Data Center

United States

Subprocessors marked “Global” are distributed globally, meaning that that the location of service depends on the location from which a user accesses the Quickbase Service (for example if a user is located outside of the U.S. then these services may transverse infrastructure located outside of the U.S.).