DocuSign Brings In $2M

Seattle-based electronic signature automation software developer DocuSign has raised $2 million in debt financing, according to a regulatory filing. The company, founded in 2003, previously had raised more than $30 million in venture funding, including $5 million in Series D financing in May 2009. In 2009 DocuSign was one of a hundred companies to be named to the “Red Herring 100,” an award that identifies North American tech companies for excellence in entrepreneurship and innovation. The company also hired both a new chief executive and chairman in January. A spokesperson from DocuSign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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