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Google Ventures Backs DocuSign In Series D Funding

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Google Ventures has joined in DocuSign’s most recent financing round, bringing the total Series D funding to $55.7 million. Google Ventures joins investment lead Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, along with Accel Partners, Comcast Ventures, SAP Ventures, and a large global institutional investor in this round.

Some 60,000 new users join the DocuSign Global Network every day, says the company. The network includes 20 million users who have DocuSigned more than 150 million documents in 188 countries – including employees at 90 per cent of the Fortune 500.

DocuSign investors include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Accel Partners, Comcast Ventures, SAP Ventures, Google Ventures, Sigma+Partners, Scale Venture Partners, Frazier Technology Ventures, Ignition Partners, Second Century Ventures, WestRiver Capital, salesforce.com, and the National Association of Realtors.

[Image Courtesy: DocuSign]

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