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MetaCommunications Announces Leadership Change

Scott Kokotan appointed as interim CEO

Iowa City, IA - MetaCommunications, Inc., the leading provider of smart planning and project management software for marketing and creative teams, today announced the appointment of Scott Kokotan as the company’s interim Chief Executive Officer. Bob Long, Meta’s founder, will continue to participate in the company’s growth as a shareholder. He is actively working with the company’s interim leadership team and Board of Directors to ensure a smooth transition.

Kokotan began his financial career in accounting, consulting and investing before making the switch to lead a high-growth software, technology and social media firm. As President and CFO of Wasinger Tech in Overland Park, Kansas, he facilitated the growth and expansion of the company through the development and launch of new products and services and strategic process improvement. From there, Kokotan went on to lead Boulder-based IMM as CFO and Vice Chairman. At IMM, he grew the advertising agency from 40 to 115 people and more than doubled billings in just three years.

“I’m grateful to Bob for his leadership. As CEO, his vision and dedication fueled the company’s success,” said Kokotan. “As we move forward, we will work with Bob and the Board to position the Company to support our next chapter of growth and further strengthen Workgroups DaVinci and Meta’s entire suite of productivity solutions.”

Long founded MetaCommunications in 1991 and established Meta as pioneers in the field of digital project management and workflow automation. Meta’s industry-leading products like Workgroups DaVinci, Approval Manager and ProofMe powers the work of thousands of teams around the world at companies such as Diageo, Ralph Lauren, Crate & Barrel, IKEA, 3M, Merck, Sony, Allstate and more.