Last updated: November 20, 2020
DocuSign uses certain platform subprocessors, as well as infrastructure suppliers and other third-party business partners, to provide services to its customers. Business partners providing professional services are set forth in the applicable statement of work or other similar service agreements but are listed here for convenience.
View subprocessor and related information by service:
It should be noted that certain DocuSign services may include features or functionality built on other DocuSign services or service technology. In those cases, such DocuSign services would use subprocessors and suppliers for both the primary service as well as the other applicable related service or service technology.
Capitalized terms used in this documentation are defined in the DocuSign Sites & Services Terms And Conditions and/or Data Protection Attachment.
Subscribe to updates to the subprocessor List
DocuSign will make updates to the subprocessor lists via this website. Below are two options for subscribing to updates to the subprocessor lists at https://www.docusign.com/trust/alerts/feed:
- Add an RSS reader extension to your browser (Chrome, Firefox)
- Enable via Outlook on a PC
Objecting to a subprocessor
Unless otherwise provided for in your service agreement with DocuSign (which terms control), you may object to a subprocessor by submitting your objection by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Subprocessor Objection,” along with your name, your company’s name, name of the DocuSign service, name of the subprocessor and grounds for objection (see the BCR-P Privacy Code for objective justifiable grounds).