Field Nation, the leading marketplace platform for contingent and on-demand workforce management, today named Tim Giehll to the newly created role of executive vice president, platform eco-system. Giehll will oversee the Field Nation platform eco-system that independent contractors and businesses use to engage, connect and get work done.

“Tim’s background perfectly suits our need to build a vibrant eco-system of partnerships on the Field Nation platform and better serve our growing network of users,” said Mynul Khan, Field Nation CEO. “His 15 years of staffing, technology and human capital expertise will be invaluable as we advance the platform to accommodate high-value partnerships that are meaningful to both providers and businesses that rely on Field Nation.”

Most recently, Giehll served as chief revenue officer of Avionte Systems where he implemented strategies that grew total revenue by 35 percent in just 18 months. He has also held executive-level roles with Bond International Software, Manpower Staffing, and IBM/Sequent Computers. In addition, Giehll is a published author, having written two books: Human Capital Supply Chain and Human Capital Financial Reports.

“It’s a great time to join Field Nation as the company continues to revolutionize the freelance marketplace and build out the technologies businesses and freelancers rely on to work together,” said Giehll. “I am excited to apply my expertise and create a platform experience that users will find invaluable whenever and wherever they are at work.”

Giehll, a native of Pittsburgh, Penn., holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, and an MBA in Technology from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn.

About Field Nation

Field Nation ( is the most complete Freelancer Management System (FMS) and SaaS-based project-management solution available. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis, has more than 100 employees, and was listed on the 2013 and 2014 Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies. In 2014, the company recorded $62 million in marketplace transactions. With more than 65,000 service providers in its network, Field Nation serves as a catalyst for business growth and ensures successful collaborations around the world.