We utilise a range of third party services in order to make EngagementHQ the best online engagement platform on the market today. We use exceptionally good services for diagnostics, performance management, hosting, support and other functionality. This approach allows us to focus on what we do best whilst incorporating specialist functionality from the experts in other areas.

As part of our commitment to transparency as well as meeting a requirement of the new EU privacy laws, we have put Data Processing Agreements (DPAs) in place with all of the third parties we work with. 

See below for the list of third party service providers we use within EHQ. Each service provider is listed with a brief description of what the service does. Contact us for a more detailed list that includes any certifications or regulations each services complies with.

Please note that we constantly evaluate third-party services for compliance and to ensure we are using the best-of-breed. We will keep this list updated as and when the services we use change. We will ensure that we put DPAs in place and notify all clients before we make any changes to underlying service providers.

Third Party Services we use or integrate with

Protects our platform from spam.

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Hosting infrastructure for all our applications and websites.


Used to support Single Sign On where this service has been purchased.

Campaign Monitor

Integration where this service has been purchased.

Amazon Cloud Front 

Hosted CDNs to improve website response times.

Constant Contact

Integration where this service has been purchased.

Google Analytics 

Tracks website usage patterns, when enabled.

Heap Analytics

Used for internal analysis of events on our application at an aggregated level.


Integration where this service has been purchased.

Microsoft Dynamics 365

Integration where this service has been purchased.

Rollbar & Sentry

Error monitoring and alerting across all our applications. 


Our email infrastructure.

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