Subprocessors
  • 05 Jul 2022
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Airtable currently uses subprocessors to provide core infrastructure and other services. Prior to engaging any subprocessor, Airtable evaluates their privacy, security, and confidentiality practices, and executes an agreement implementing its applicable obligations.

Third parties

Core Infrastructure Subprocessors

Airtable may use the following subprocessors for hosting customer data and providing or supporting the core infrastructure that helps deliver the Airtable services:

EntityDescription/PurposeCountries
Amazon Web Services, Inc.Cloud infrastructureUSA
Box, Inc.Attachment previewsUSA
Filestack, Inc.Attachment uploadsUSA
Mailgun Technologies, Inc.Transactional emailUSA
Twilio, Inc.Two-factor authenticationUSA

Other Subprocessors

Airtable may use the following subprocessors to perform other service functions:

EntityDescription/PurposeCountries
Zendesk, Inc.Customer support servicesUSA
AllSourcePPS, Inc.Customer support servicesUSA
Salesforce.com, Inc.Customer support servicesUSA
Solvvy, Inc.Customer support servicesUSA
Tray.io, Inc.Support for Airtable’s automation functionalityUSA
PartnerHero, Inc.Customer support servicesUSA, Germany, Honduras, Romania, Philippines

Affiliates

Depending on the geographic location of a customer or its permitted users, and the nature of the services provided, Airtable may engage one or more of its affiliates as subprocessors to deliver some or all of the services provided. Such affiliates currently include:

EntityDescription/PurposeCountries

Formagrid UK Ltd.

Airtable subsidiary

United Kingdom
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Effective Date: February 7, 2022


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