Kevin Fream is President of Matrixforce Corporation, a leading business support firm in the U.S. South Central Region for implementing and supporting business systems. Fream joined Matrixforce in 1989 as a System Analyst. Since then, Fream's passion and leadership have become hallmarks of his tenure at the company.
For over 20 years, Fream has headed numerous national and local Matrixforce project teams and managed Integration and Technical Support departments. In 1992, he was promoted to General Manager, a role that gave him day-to-day responsibility for running Matrixforce. He was named President in 1996, assuming full management responsibility for the company, including delivering on the company's vision of "providing superior technology support for clients to realize their business potential."
Fream is known inside and outside the company
for his devotion to building closer relationships with customers and
partners - and for ensuring their needs are heard, understood and served
by every Matrixforce employee. The foundation for this relationship -
and the success of the company - is providing knowledgeable, cost
effective support and implementation services for the most demanding
customer business systems.
Recognized as a leading technology consultant in the nation, Fream has a proven track record of implementing and supporting hundreds of business systems locally and nationally. He maintains Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional status, participates in new client and special projects, authors numerous case studies and abstracts, and speaks at various events and organizations.
Born in August 1966, Fream grew up near Tulsa, Oklahoma. He graduated from Tulsa University with a bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems. While in college, Fream interned at E. I. DuPont. Fream was married in 1988 to Sherri Fream. The couple has one daughter, Elizabeth.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors includes the leadership of Matrixforce and individuals in CXO capacity representing over $8 billion in revenue annually from various corporations outside of the technology sector and the state of Oklahoma. Management and the board continue to be fundamental in the planning, development, and growth of Matrixforce.