Enhanced Web Services was founded in the Summer of 1998 with the mission of offering practical solutions for complex Internet-related issues to businesses and organizations seeking a presence on the world wide web. We took the name Enhanced because our services are aimed at enhancing your current or proposed website. There are many available web design and hosting firms from which to choose, but our goal is to offer a total package of products and services to enhance your online presence.
We began our business in mid-1998 by focusing on one of the basic online needs of the insurance industry, online insurance quote forms. Our intent was to establish a presence in a particular industry and then build relationships within it. By offering a service such as online quote forms we were able to fill a need that was rarely available elsewhere, and thus established a small niche in a major market. Using this as a springboard, we were able to expand our offerings to a full line of web design services that are now available to most any industry. As of January, 1999, we began offering affordable website hosting and eCommerce solutions. And while we are still in the early stages of our development, we will continually be adding on to our full array of products and services, so keep checking back on what we have to offer.
Enhanced Web Services was founded by James Klepac, former Senior Web Developer for Insurance Information Exchange (iiX). During his three years as Senior Web Developer, Mr. Klepac designed over 200 custom websites for insurance agents, brokers, and companies, as well as for several insurance associations and publications. Prior to that position Mr. Klepac held the title Senior Graphics Designer for four years at iiX's parent company, Agency Management Services, Inc. (AMS). During that time he created product demos and multimedia presentations, and eventually took over design and development responsibilities for preparing corporate presentations for the company CEO. Through this relationship he became involved in the spin-off of a new company called iiX, in which he took the eventual position of Senior Web Developer.