DocuSign Expands E-Signatures With New Marketplace

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DocuSign, an e-signature service, is launching a marketplace that will include applications that complement the use of the platform.

DocuSign, which was founded in 2003, allows companies to get legally binding signatures quickly over the internet instead of over the fax or mail. DocuSign certifies digital signatures over the web, acting as a intermediary who holds the documents and verifies the identity of the signature. Currently, DocuSign has 40,000 paying customers, and more than eight million unique users.

The functionality of applications from various partners in the marketplace range from CRM, mobile integration, document storage and real estate. Applications in the DocuSign Marketplace ranked by customer feedback and input. The marketplace includes paid and free applications from Ariba, Box.net, Drawloop Technologies and other technology partners.

Competitors to DocuSign, which has raised $30 million in funding to date, include EchoSign, and VeriSign.

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