AudienceView’s Sub-Processors

Last updated August 16, 2023

AudienceView has contracted with certain third parties to act as sub-processors to assist us to provide services to our clients. The identity of these sub-processors, their location(s) and the details of the processing activities they undertake on our behalf are as follows:

AudienceView Unlimited

Sub-ProcesssorLocationAppropriate Protection Where Outside the EEA/UKFunctions
OnX Enterprise Solutions, LtdCanadaCommission decision of adequacyManaged IT infrastructure services, Inc.United StatesStandard Contractual ClausesIntegration services

AudienceView Professional

Sub-ProcessorLocationApplication Protection Where Outside the EEA/UKFunctions
Microsoft CorporationUnited StatesStandard Contractual ClausesCloud hosting services
The Rocket Science Group LLC d/b/a MailChimpUnited StatesStandard Contractual ClausesEmail services
Constant Contact, Inc.United StatesStandard Contractual ClausesEmail services
Message Systems, Inc. (dba SparkPost)United StatesStandard Contractual ClausesEmail services
Twilio Inc.United StatesStandard Contractual ClausesEmail services


Amazon Web Services, Inc.European Economic AreaCloud hosting services and push notification service
Google LLC (Firebase, Inc.)European Economic AreaEnd-user behavioural analytics
Stripe, Inc.European Economic AreaPayment processing services
Very Good Security, Inc.European Economic AreaPayment tokenization
Twilio Inc.European Economic AreaEmail sending service
MessageBird B.V.European Economic AreaEmail sending service
Crowd Connected LtdEuropean Economic AreaLocation services and push notification service

Data security is of the utmost importance to us. AudienceView takes appropriate steps, including imposing contract terms on each sub- processor that we work with, to ensure that sub-processors provide sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures so that the processing will meet the requirements of applicable data protection laws and our contractual commitments to clients.

Notification of any intended changes concerning the addition or replacement of other sub-processors will be provided within an approximate timeframe, thereby giving the controller the opportunity to object to such changes.