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Technology

Pivot3 has named Mark Maisano vice president of channel sales.

Social Solutions Global has named Nikhil Kumar chief operating officer.

Planview has named Brian Prokaski executive vice president of commercial sales.

RealMassive has named Patrick Lashinsky chief executive officer.

Consumer services

LawnStarter has named Zak Cocos vice president of growth.

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