Nice! Now they can get that coffee maker for the office.
DocuSign, the e-signature company that you probably used to sign your last offer job offer or mortgage application, has raised $50 million in additional funding and will add Mary Meeker to its board, as was first reported by TechCrunch and filed with the SEC.
Founded in 2004, DocuSign allows users to “send, sign, track and store” documents, and is best known for allowing users to auto-sign and send PDF documents without the use of printers or scanners.
Representatives from DocuSign would not immediately specify which investors were involved in the round, but said they would provide more information shortly. They said DocuSign has raised $50 million, although the SEC filing notes that DocuSign has raised $47.5 million so far.
DocuSign also confirmed that Meeker, formerly of Morgan Stanley and now a partner with Kleiner Perkins, will be joining the…
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