NiteoWeb is a nimble team of young tech enthusiasts building SaaS products with customers primarily in the US and UK. The company was founded back in 2007 in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia (central Europe). Starting as a web development company building websites for various business in and around Ljubljana, we soon became a part of a global VC-backed startup where we acted as technology consultants from 2009 to 2012. Meanwhile, in 2010, we built our first SaaS product. At the end of 2013 we stopped doing consulting work and started focusing solely on our own products and services. In these last few years we've served over 10,000 satisfied customers.

Sensible Work: work to get things done not for the work's sake, take incentive and be responsible.

Flat Leadership: leaders listen, consult and lead, not command.

Knowledge and Openness: learn, be curious, ask questions, give suggestions.

Lifestyle Company: work is fun and we have fun when not working.

Client-Focused: clients are our partners and friends.

Technology-Driven: we love technology and we think it can save the world.

We live and breathe Open Source. Since day one, our work has been based on Open Source projects developed by like-minded people from all around the world. We try to give back to the community by:

  • going the extra mile and re-writing parts of our internal code so it's reusable and can be released to the public domain,
  • reporting bugs and patches to upstream,
  • donating to organizations that support Open Source.

We take great pride and passion in our work: even when deadlines are pressing, we make sure that we plan in enough leeway to take care of all the little details that make the final product stand out. We hate meetings because instead of sitting in a room pointing with a stick and feeling important we rather get shit done. We read a lot and attend conferences to keep up to date with state-of-the-art in tech. Every now and then we do a crazy side-project or two, to keep ourselves entertained and on top of the latest technologies.

If you relate to these values then why not see our Jobs board, we're always looking for new awesome people to join our team!

NiteoWeb Team

The team on a company meetup in Thailand. From left to right: Marbe, Rihard, Nejc, Dejan, Gašper, Jan, Janez, Cecille.

Dejan Murko

Dejan Murko is the project manager and guides the development of our projects. He makes sure customers have the best experience possible and battles with the developers on how the user interface should look.

Dejan built his first eCommerce website in 2005. In 2007 he co-founded Young Entrepreneur, a non-profit to help young entrepreneurs on their journey. The same year he co-founded NiteoWeb. In 2010 Dejan saw the opportunity in the Internet Marketing industry and convinced Nejc to invest part of the company's time into building tools for Internet Marketers.

Nejc Zupan

Nejc Zupan is the lead developer. He makes sure our services are running smoothly and sends hate-mail to people who don't write clear technical documentation.

Geek since he was able to walk, Nejc developed his first game in primary school, won the national robotics championship in high-school and co-founded NiteoWeb and Young Entrepreneur with Dejan. He was twice an invited speaker to a governmental conference in Brasil, one in Kenya and plenty in Europe and the US, mostly relating to the Web, Python programming language and security.

Marbe Ralozo

Marbe Ralozo is our support manager and super-woman and the only one standing between the company and angry users when something goes wrong.

For a Development Communications student, Marbe did not deviate far from her craft. She interned for Save the Children Foundation during college days and has since been a rabid advocator for youth and literacy. In 2006, she got into the online scene and juggled news writing for class and content writing for a local web development company. In 2011, she joined the NiteoWeb team and has been a part of it ever since.

Janez Troha

Janez Troha is our awesome DevOps guy that transforms Dejan's mockups into working code.

Educated in both electrical engineering and media production but found love somewhere in between. Janez is an avid open source fan, part of many open source organizations and loves taking things apart which he has been doing since his youngster days. He joined NiteoWeb in 2013 working as full stack developer. His motto is audio, video, disco.

Gasper Vozel

Gasper Vozel is a passionate developer that loves to create in a very organised development process.

Gasper has a very strong opinion on writing tests and documenting things. He enjoys going to conferences where he meets a lot of friendly outgoing people. Education in both computer science and economics gives him different perspective on a lot of things. He likes discovering new tools and applying them in practice. His biggest role models (besides from his bosses) are: Steve Jobs ("Don't compromise") and Elon Musk ("I would like to die on Mars. Just not on impact.").

Cecille Gupit

Cecille Gupit is our support person and makes sure that our users are happy and calm.

Cecille is a marketing graduate and worked as a customer service rep and a digital marketing associate before joining NiteoWeb. She's passionate about art and photography and spends most of her free time reading articles about photography, editing photos, or drawing. She also loves meeting new people and learning about different cultures.

We consider ourselves fortunate to have had so many amazing people work with us in the past. We've stayed good friends with all of them and when we stumble upon problems we don't know much about, these people's phones are the first to start ringing.

Amon Stopinsek
Amon Stopinsek

Amon is our part-time HTML/CSS guy. He did a short internship with us in 2013 when he was still in high school. In 2015 he received a silver innovation award for his online schoolroom project. He's currently studying Computer and Information Science.

Tea Zbasnik
Tea Zbasnik

Tea is our resident graphic designer. For her, graphic design is not only a hobby, its her passion. Its her way of contributing to the community. She likes to share her enthusiasm and joyfulness. She is also a positive person that enjoys team work that works like a family.

Domen Kozar
Domen Kozar

Domen started working with us just as he started college. Over the years we did several projects together, mostly related to Python and Plone. He also did a security audit of Easy Blog Networks.

Rihard Rifelj
Rihard Rifelj

Rihard was our marketing guy for Easy Blog Networks who managed enterprise clients from 2015 to 2017.

Vanc Levstik
Vanc Levstik

Vanc is a Python hacker from Ljubljana, Slovenia. His code can be found throughout our Big IM Toolbox suite of products and in some of our Open Source contributions. After about a year of cooperation he left for Edinburgh to work for Skyscanner.

Alejandro Gabriel Pereira
Alejandro Gabriel Pereira

Alejandro is a Python/Plone developer from Cordoba, Argentina. He helped us with various tasks and issues on the Easy Blog Networks project in the span of several months in 2015.

Matej Cotman
Matej Cotman

Matej did a summer internship at our company and then after finishing his diploma he came back for another year or so, working on our Big IM Toolbox projects and saving Kiberpipa in the meantime. He's now working as a back-end developer at Proxima TM.

Peter Lamut
Peter Lamut

One of the original founders of NiteoWeb, Peter has been the member of our team for many years, working on our most complex projects. In 2013 he embarked on his own freelance path. He is currently working on a project in Sydney, Australia. Bastard.

Rok Garbas
Rok Garbas

Rok taught Nejc his first few Plone tips and tricks back in 2005 when they were still students. He wrote the majority of the initial version of the core code used in the SecuCert project. Nowadays he's a successful Python/Javascript freelancer juggling his time between coding and kitesurfing.

The Team @ Termitnjak

We've been friends with the guys at Termitnjak for a very long time. We did projects big and small, mostly Plone based, but also some Pyramid ones. Whenever we have just too much work on our hands, they are the first to jump in and help out.