SAN FRANCISCO, CA, DocuSign, which makes software for people to sign documents digitally, has raised $115 million.
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According to the Seattle Times, DocuSign, which makes software for people to sign documents digitally, has raised $115 million from investors including three Japanese backers, including NTT. Past investors, including venture capital firms Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Accel Partners, also participated in the latest financing.
DocuSign is the leader in eSignature transaction management, and the global standard for eSignatures. DocuSign helps customers accelerate transaction times to increase speed to results, reduce costs, and delight customers with the easiest, fastest, most secure global network for sending, signing, tracking, and storing documents in the cloud.