Piwik is an open source project brought to you by the Piwik team members as well as many other contributors around the globe. If you believe in our vision of building an outstanding (and open!) analytics platform, we hope you will join us! If you would like to learn more about how you can participate, see Getting involved... or get in touch.

Matthieu Aubry

Founder of Piwik, CTO of Piwik PRO.

Stefan Giehl

Piwik Core developer, Device Detector maintainer.

Mattias Levin

iOS SDK for Piwik creator and maintainer (iOS Analytics).

Benaka Moorthi

Lead developer for Piwik, Space monkey.

Julien Moumné

C# clients for Piwik creator and maintainer, Piwik Core developer.

Aurélien Requiem

Debian package for Piwik creator and maintainer.

Thomas Steur

Lead developer for Piwik, Piwik Mobile creator and maintainer.

Alexey Subbotin

Android SDK for Piwik creator and maintainer (Android analytics).

Maciej Zawadziński

CEO of Piwik PRO.

Other Contributors

Gregor Aisch

Piwik Core developer, Gregor is our visualisation genius who created our beautiful Visitors world maps and Real time user maps.

Cyril B.

Log Analytics creator, CEO of web hosting company alwaysdata.

Fabian Becker

Piwik Core developer, Fabian contributed several improvements to Piwik platform.

Timo Besenreuther

Piwik Core developer, Timo has created some of our most loved features such as Transitions, Row Evolution and Page Overlay.

Peter Boehlke

Piwik Consultant in Germany, Peter has contributed many improvements to Piwik since the early days of the project.

André Bräkling

André created WP-Piwik, the popular WordPress plugin that provides a full integration of Piwik Analytics for WordPress.

Victor Dibia

Victor implemented the first version of the SEO widget which displays key Search Engine Optimisation metrics in the dashboard.

Noah Firth

Noah was Translations Coordinator for years and has helped our awesome translators worldwide contribute to Piwik.

Marcin Galecki

Marcin created a fresh and professional new design for our Piwik 1.0 release, and also designed the custom segments editor.

Rafał Lemieszewski

Rafał created the design for website, and helped design a beautiful user interface for our Piwik 2.0 release.

Johan Mathé

Johan was system administrator in the first few years of the project, and helped setup Piwik servers and our various web services.


MayFlower is a well known German software development house who has sponsored two of their talented employees to work part-time for a few years on Piwik and Piwik Mobile.

Matthieu Napoli

Piwik Core developer, Matthieu contributed many improvements to the Piwik platform, developer guides, PHP components, and created several of our open source Piwik plugins.

Piotr Niewiadomski

Piotr is the webmaster of our Wordpress website.


OpenX sponsored Matthieu in 2007-2008 to work full time building the first public version of Piwik. While employed at OpenX, Matthieu developed Piwik further and supported the growing users community.

Anthon Pang

Anthon has designed some major features in Piwik such as the first version of the Javascript Tracker.

Khanh Pham

Khanh implemented the “Restore UI state on reload” which was a significant improvement to the user experience.

Julien Rouvière

Julien created the first version of customisable dashboards in Piwik.

Thomas Seifert

Thomas is kindly hosting our Piwik forums and migrated them from Invision to Phorum.

Adrian Speyer, Robert Schilt and Thierry Scelles

Adrian, Robert and Thierry contributed to the project with their fresh Marketing & PR skills.

Stepan Sukharyna

Stepan implemented the templates, stylesheets and scripts for the Piwik 1.0 redesign.

Thomas Zeithaml

Thomas implemented the original Live! real time analytics plugin and is a Piwik consultant in Germany.

Thomas Zilliox

Thomas is our CSS & web Expert who contributed many improvements to our HTML and CSS platform codebase.

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