Investors at and the have invested $2 million in , a Massachusetts-based startup focused on sales lead management software.

As part of the deal, Harbor island Managing Partner Carlos Parajon and Scott Sullivan, a member of WIN, joined the Basho board. Sullivan is manager of Cameron Management.

The Series B round funding will be used to launch sales of Basho’s “Basho Open” product. The software is designed to “improve and measure the enterprise sales process and to make it repeatable and efficient,” according to Basho.

“We are very excited to make this investment and to work with Basho to build a great business” Parajon said in a statement. “The management team has a great track record of building successful Internet businesses, including Akamai Technologies, and their technology solutions are truly innovative and easy for enterprise customers to use.”

Earl Gallagher and Tony Falco launched Basho in January 2008 with $1.3 million of their own money.

Gallagher is a former executive vice president of Akamai Technologies. Falco led technical sales engineer, customer provisioning and customer support at Akamai and reported to Gallagher. Both men also worked together at Digex Web Site Management Services.

“Tony and I have a long history of selling into and supporting large enterprise customers” continued Galleher. “We understand the challenges faced by an enterprise sales organization that is under pressure to meet numbers, report on their activities to executive management, and to accurately forecast what will happen at the end of a period. We have always been frustrated by the lack of software tools that really help sales people sell more, more efficiently. So, we decided to start Basho Technologies to solve these obvious problems.

“Our tools, deeply integrated into all major 9customer relationship management) systems will provide enterprises with a very strong platform to manage the full life cycle of a deal from lead to prospect to customer,” he added.

Basho is based in Cambridge, Mass.