In 1993 he co-founded a consulting company with a focus on project-, process-, and change management in the nighties, a visionary position at the time. This consulting practice grew into a global organization of 250 employees the moment it was sold to an investor. As per 2000 Freek focused on the use of Business Intelligence systems and their interaction with ERP transaction systems at international companies. In 2012 he completed this with Enterprise Architecture as a third and overarching competence.
Freek has successfully managed complex business/IT change programs in many different organizations such as the Government of Canada, Tommy Hilfiger/PVH, BHP Billiton, BAM Group, DSM and Philips. He has also been contributor to the Enterprise Architecture body of knowledge of LEADing Practice since 2012.