Subprocessors and Service Providers Used by Quizizz

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At Quizizz, we prioritize user privacy and data security. To provide you with the best experience, we collaborate exclusively with trusted partners who may require access to some personal information, always with your privacy as our top concern.

Below, you’ll find a summary of how each of these services is used, along with links to their respective privacy policies. We believe in transparency so you can stay informed about how your data is being used.

It’s important to note that this list of services might evolve over time as we continue to refine and enhance our services. We encourage you to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have at .

Your trust is invaluable to us, and we’re here to ensure your data remains secure throughout your Quizizz journey!

Name of the
service provider
How Quizizz uses the service provider Processes
student data
Amazon Web Services Cloud services, website hosting, and data center services Yes
Braze Email communication system used to send transactional emails and updates to non-student end-users. No
Catalyst Customer success management for school and district clients. No
Google, LLC Cloud Service Provider, Internal Documents & Communication Yes
Hotjar Product analytics, used to debug and improve the service. Yes
Outreach Communication with School and District Prospective Customers. No
Salesforce Customer relationship management with schools and districts. No
Brevo (formerly Sendinblue) Email communication system used to send transactional emails and updates to non-student end-users. No
Sentry Log tracking to identify and resolve technical issues. Yes
Slack Internal Communications, user data is rarely shared but  it may occur. For example, during internal troubleshooting to provide support. No
Stripe PCI Compliant payment gateway used to process payments for teachers, schools, and businesses. No
Typeform Used to create forms, typically completed by teachers and administrators. No
Zendesk Cloud-based customer support, data is only processed for communication if the user reaches out for support. Yes



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