What is a Sub-Processor?

A sub-processor is a third party data processor that Exos engages to processes personal data to assist Exos with delivering its services.

Scope of Sub-Processors Listed

The list below includes the Exos sub-processors that process data for our "Digital Services," as defined in our Terms of Service. Exos may be considered a "processor" or a "controller" within the meaning of the GDPR of the data processed by these sub-processors, depending on the circumstances.

Contractual Safeguards

Exos requires sub-processors to satisfy customary privacy and security obligations that are no less rigorous than those offered by Exos in the Exos Data Protection Addendum (“DPA”). If you are a corporate subscriber to an Exos solution and wish to enter into our DPA, please email your account manager.

Process to Engage New Sub-processors

Exos will provide notice via updates to this webpage of any change to its sub-processors. 

Subprocessor Use Location of Stored Data
Amazon Web Services Cloud computing and storage USA
Amazon RDS Data storage USA
Mindbody Online MMS, Class scheduling USA
Calendly Consultation scheduling USA
Zoom Default video solution for classes & consults USA
Hubspot Customer relationship management Germany, USA
Sendgrid Transactional emails USA
Wistia Video hosting USA
Auth0 Registration and authentication US and EEA
Storyblok Content management system Germany
Sendgrid Transactional emails USA
AWS Cognito Authentication USA
Cronofy Scheduling USA
Stripe Payment "We may transfer your Personal Data to countries other than your own country, including to the United States."
Typeform Digital form and surveys USA & Germany
Mixpanel Analytics and usage tracking USA
Snowflake Data management USA
Looker Data analytics USA
Sentry Security
USA "and other countries where Sentry or its affiliates, future subsidiaries or service providers maintain facilities"
LaunchDarkly Monitoring and tracking
"anywhere where we or one of our service providers has services"
SUMO Logic Log management