Third Party Sub-processors

Oomnitza Inc. (Oomnitza) uses certain 3rd party sub-processors for support in the delivery of our services. This page provides important information about the identity, location and role of each such 3rd party sub-processor. For simplification, we only list the 3rd party sub-processors that are directly associated with the development or provisioning of our services to our customers. As such, this list contains 3rd party sub-processors that operate or help us operate the infrastructure to provide our services or help in the coding activities to deliver new releases for our customers. Additional service providers who only perform services around the product but are not directly engaged in the creation or provisioning of the service are not listed, e.g. we use certain 3rd parties to perform penetration tests or that support us in our SOC2 certification that would not be listed here.

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Amazon AWS

Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Provides compute and storage infrastructure for our services by means of Amazon ec2 instances, Amazon RDS databases or Amazon S3 storage.

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Location: Latvia (Address: Avenu iela 7 k-1, Jurmala, LV-2008, Latvia)
Provides the advanced analytics capabilities as part of our overall service. Customers who use the advanced analytics feature will have their data hosted in the eazyBI data servers located in Belgium and run by Google Cloud.

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Location: Los Altos, CA, USA
Provides engineering and devops services for our services to compliment our inhouse staff.

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Location: San Francisco, CA
Provides the artificial intelligence (AI) engine to support AI capabilities in Oomnitza. (targeted for introduction in the Fall 2023 release). Note: This technology is not enabled by default and requires each customer to opt-in to leverage this subprocessor technology.

As our business grows and evolves, the list of 3rd party sub-processors we use may also change over time. We encourage you to check back on this page frequently to stay informed about any updates to the list of 3rd party sub-processors.