|By Maureen O'Gara||
|August 12, 2012 10:30 PM EDT||
Google Ventures has put $8.2 million into electronic signatures vendor DocuSign, bringing the reportedly unprofitable start-up's juicy $47.5 million D round, announced last month, up to an even juicier $55.7 million and its total funding up over a handsome $112 million.
Google is reportedly supposed to help DocuSign lower the cost of customer acquisition and boost the quality of its sales leads by "making sure that organic search goes up and paid search goes down."
DocuSign already has investors like Comcast, SAP, Salesforce and Kleiner Perkins.
It claims 20 million users have signed more than 150 million documents in 188 countries and that it adds 60,000 new customers a day.
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