Service Web Sites
Established in 1998, Full Service Web Sites has been utilized by
many businesses as a one-stop-shop for their internet needs. We
pride ourselves on a high level of customer service. Our clients
utilize us for all their web site needs including hosting, email,
web page development/enhancement, search engine placement and
general internet support.
Service Web Sites also provides high level internet programming
services to help its clients better use the power of the internet.
These include comprehensive database systems, sophisticated on-line
stores and secure applications to help companies share their
internal data and communicate with their remote employees.
About Joe Bergamo, Founder & President
After graduating from University of Delaware with a BS Degree in Computer Science, Joe worked as a Computer
Programmer for an insurance company in New York City. In 1985, he
was hired into a New Jersey-based consulting company and spent the
next 5 years developing computer applications for the
In 1990, Joe opened
Bergamo & Associates, Inc., a firm dedicated to providing
professional computer consulting. The company is still providing
services to the Fortune 500.
In 1998, as the popularity of the internet grew and the need for all
businesses to have a web presence increased, Joe founded Full Service Web Sites, a company
focused on providing complete internet and web site service &
On a personal note, Joe
married Karen, his high school sweetheart, in 1983 and they are the
proud parents of three boys, Joseph, Michael and Vincent.
About Mike Bergamo, Software Engineer
Mike graduated from the University of Maryland with a BS Degree in Physics. During his time in college, he worked several years at the Goddard Space Flight Center developing software for the Solar Plasma Physics Division. He was instrumental in providing the technology to mine large amounts of data and was a co-author on over a dozen peer reviewed journal articles.
In 2011, Mike was honored to be invited to speak about his programming accomplishments at the American Geophysical Union convention held in San Francisco, CA.