​DocuSign picks up $233m in funding for global expansion

DocuSign's total pool of raised funds is now at $440 million, after scoring an additional $233 million in capital.

In its latest financing round, San Francisco-based DocuSign has raised $233 million that will be used to fuel its global expansion.

The financing round was led by Brookside Capital and Bain Capital Ventures. This latest round now puts DocuSign at $440 million in raised funds from investors, including Google Ventures, Visa, Salesforce, Telstra, Generation Investment Management, and ClearBridge Investments.

In a separate funding round held last March, the company raked in approximately $85 million in funding from a dozen different sources in time for upgrading its electronic signature platform.

The company said its ongoing equity financing strategy will help the company's DocuSign Global Trust Network, which already has more than 100,000 companies and over 50 million users in 188 countries.

"We measure our success by our customers' success -- the three biggest aspects driving customer adoption are dramatic ROI, reduced risk in security and compliance, and better end-user experiences for our customers' customers," said Keith Krach, DocuSign chairman and CEO.