DocuSign Raises $8.2M in Series D Funding from Google Ventures

DocuSign, a San Francisco-based provider of electronic signature solutions, has raised $8.2m in Series D funding from Google Ventures.

Google Ventures has joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Accel Partners, Comcast Ventures, SAP Ventures, and a large global institutional investor in Series D, bringing the total to $55.7m (read here).

The company intends to use the capital to accelerate growth of the DocuSign Global Network by increasing customer-focused R&D, deepening vertical industry solutions, and further expanding internationally.

Led by chairman and CEO Keith Krach, DocuSign provides a cloud-based platform that helps global enterprises, business departments, individual professionals and consumers collect information and sign documents online.
The company’s network currently includes 20 million users in 188 countries.



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