WebArc Technologies is a full-service website design and development agency serving clients across the US, delivering complete support and individualized services designed to meet the varied needs of business owners and digital agencies.

At WebArc, we understand that why your business exists is as important as what your business does. Our first priority is getting to know you and your company, so we can assess your website needs within the context of your unique situation. Armed with this understanding, we then use cutting edge knowledge and the latest technology to help you achieve your individual business goals.


Our Team

We work with top notch designers, developers, copywriters, and marketing experts to craft quality website solutions for your business. 

Tom Legens - CEO WebArc Technologies

Tom Legens


Tom Legens is an experienced web developer and the CEO of WebArc Technologies. He understands the importance of a functional, attractive and safe website for small businesses as well as the biggest companies, and is deeply committed to providing the highest level of services to organizations of all sizes. Nothing delights him more than working on new projects and seeing his customers succeed.

A born creator, Tom views information technology and the web as a wonderful opportunity to express his creative side as well as his love of technology and problem-solving. After serving four years in the Marine Corps as an infantry soldier and weapons security specialist, he earned college degrees in Web Design & Development and Information Technology.

When he’s not designing custom websites or digging into code, Tom pursues his long standing hobby of photography, including aerial photography. He’s also a member of Springfield Creatives, a collaborative organization for creative professionals in the region. Tom and his wife Angela are the proud parents of two daughters (and Jerry the dog).

How can we help?

Your web presence is important. Can you afford to take risks when it comes to this key component of your business?