This chapter covers a specific type of Web organization in the professional service sector. Due to the knowledge-intensive, project-based and service-centric characteristics, it acts as a prime example of possible new organization models. A general overview of all system elements is based on theoretical and practical experience out of three cases. Theoretical systemic models, academic literature and personal involvement as business architect in Web formation form the basis of this chapter. Many challenges lie ahead in developing the described Web organization form. Its limitations are not yet clear. The first signs are hopeful; its application in other sectors may well turn out to be limited.