About Us

In business since 2003 and incorporated in January 2006, Web Technology is located in Richmond, Virginia.
Specializing in providing eBusiness solutions to clients has been the focus of Web Technology since it’s inception.

Our Experience

Our experience with web-based solutions dates back to the "early" days of the Internet and worldwide web in 1997.
Working as the webmaster for Copart Auto Auctions, Web Technology’s president was tasked with taking a 4-page "brochure ware" web site and transforming it into an interactive business site.
This was no small task but the Copart site has grown from a tiny web site with a few static pages to a high-traffic business web site that is the heart of the business.
The site currently contains many interactive features for all users and auctions are conducted live on the web site.
Another significant project was the creation of a service oriented process to handle the intake of all vehicles.

Other clients include Estes Express Lines, a leader in LTL trucking services.
Projects with Estes include custom web development as well as the first standards-based web services in use by the company.

With expertise in all areas of the software development life cycle, Web Technology helps clients reach their full potential.
Our approach is to partner with clients to create an environment of trust and open communication, ensuring that projects are completed to everyone’s satisfaction.

Our Mission

Provide clients with superior service to ensure the IT strategy is implemented successfully.


Web Technology, Inc. is a Virginia Department of Minority Enterprise (DBME) and Small, Women and Minority Owned (SWaM) certified business.

Department of Minority Business Enterprise

Department of Minority Business Enterprise

Certified Small, Women and Minority-Owned business

Certified Small, Women and Minority-Owned business


The term “eBusiness” or “e-Business” is an abbreviation for electronic business and was coined by Lou Gerstner, former CEO of IBM. It can be defined broadly as any business process that relies on an automated information system. Today, this is mostly done with web-based technologies.

In practice, electronic business involves companies linking their internal and external information systems to enable accurate and efficient access to data. Usually this means taking data that is normally only available inside an organization and publishing it on the web for public access. This opens a new avenue of communication with clients/customers and partners.