Google Ventures Contributes Another Few Million To DocuSign's $55.7 Million Series D Round

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A few weeks ago, electronic signature company DocuSign announced a $47.5 million Series D round of financing from Kleiner Perkins, Accel Partners, Comcast Ventures and SAP Ventures.Today the company is announcing that Google Ventures has joined and the total is now $55.7 million.

DocuSign makes collecting signatures for paperwork as easy as sending an email. Founded in 2004, the company has about 20 million users who have signed 120 million documents. More than 150,000 documents are signed daily.

Prior to this financing, the Seattle-based company had raised $104 million.

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