Nadya Duke Boone and Dean Croke ( Photos and logo courtesy DAT Solutions; graphic by Amelia Freidline )

DAT Solutions, Portland, Ore., has made some recent personnel additions.

Nadya Duke Boone joins the company as vice president of product, Greg Hastings is the new vice president of strategy execution, and Dean Croke is principal industry analyst.

Duke Boone is responsible for product management, data science and support across DAT’s range of products and services, according to a news release. Most recently, she was a product leader at New Relic, which develops cloud-based software to track performance of websites and apps. She developed that company’s first artificial intelligence products.

Hastings is responsible for developing DAT’s strategic and business planning processes, and leads the company’s partnering initiative and mergers and acquisition, according to the release. Previously, he was a core leader at McKinsey & Co.’s Transport & Logistics practice, helping clients assess merger and acquisition opportunities, and design and launch digital business models.

Croke has 35 years of experience in data science, supply chain management and risk management. He was a founder of FleetRisk Advisors, which pioneered development of reporting and data analytics tools for fleet managers.