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Sub-processor List

This page identifies the Sub-processor, describes where they are located, and what services they provide to us.

To support Intellischool in delivering its Services, Intellischool may engage third party service providers to assist Intellischool with its data processing activities. When we work with these service providers in our capacity as a data processor, the third-party service provider is a sub-processor of Intellischool (“Sub-processor”).

Before engaging any Sub-processor, we perform extensive due diligence, including detailed security and legal analysis. We do not engage a Sub-processor unless our quality standards are met. Our Sub-processors are all subject to contract terms that enforce compliance with applicable data protection laws.

Intellischool currently uses the following Sub-processors:

Sub-processor

Service provided

Headquarters location

Data processing location

Amazon Web Services

Cloud services provider

Seattle, WA (USA)

Refer to the Data Storage and Processing Locations page

Atlassian

Software development platform

Sydney, NSW (Australia)

Australia
Ireland
United States of America

Microsoft Azure

Cloud services provider

Seattle, WA (USA)

Refer to the Data Storage and Processing Locations page

Microsoft Azure AD B2C

User authentication

Seattle, WA (USA)

Ireland
Netherlands
United States of America

Microsoft Office 365

Email, file storage

Seattle, WA (USA)

Australia

Sendgrid

Bulk email processing

San Francisco, CA (USA)

United States of America

Stripe

Payment processing

San Francisco, CA (USA)

United States of America

Twilio

SMS and voice telephony services

San Francisco, CA (USA)

Australia
Ireland
Japan
Singapore
United States of America

ZenDesk

Support platform, knowledge base

Melbourne, VIC (Australia)

Australia
United States of America

ZettaGrid

Cloud services provider

Perth, WA (Australia)

Refer to the Data Storage and Processing Locations page

Our business needs may change from time to time. For example, we may deprecate a Sub-processor to consolidate and minimise our use of Sub-processors. Similarly, we may add a Sub-processor if we believe that doing so will enhance our ability to deliver our Services. We will periodically update this page to reflect additions and removals to our list of Sub-processors.