$2M, New CEO for Crimson Hexagon

Cambridge, MA-based Crimson Hexagon, a 2007 Harvard spinoff specializing in brand reputation monitoring on the Web and social media, announced today that it has completed a $2 million Series A-2 funding round, and appointed a new CEO, Scott Centurino. The funding came from Golden Seeds, Beacon Angels, New York Angels, CT Angel Investor Forum and Zelkova Ventures. Centurino, formerly chief operating officer at Mobile Messaging Solutions, replaces former CEO Candace Fleming, who left the company “for both personal and professional reasons,” according to the company’s announcement. “We are about to enter a new growth phase, and provide an increasingly more feature-rich product for our customers, while at the same time investing in our internal teams” Centurino said in a statement. “I am very excited to take the reins of the company, and to continue the successful momentum of the organization.” Xconomy profiled Crimson Hexagon in November 2008.

Wade Roush is a freelance science and technology journalist and the producer and host of the podcast Soonish. Follow @soonishpodcast

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