With a new CEO, this 'ground truth' company wants to ramp up its development work

Maury Blackman.

SAN FRANCISCO — Premise Data, a San Francisco-based crowdsourcing company with emerging applications for the development sector, announced its new chief executive officer on Tuesday, as it works to scale up its platform.

Maury Blackman, who previously led the government technology group Accela, will take the reins from Premise co-founder and CEO David Soloff, who remains on as chairman of the board.

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