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Npm operates as a package manager that installs, publishes, and manages node programs. It supports JavaScript community by providing the registry where developers publish and share packaged open-source modules. In addition, the Company provides an open-source registry as a free service.

TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQOakland, US
Websitenpmjs.com
Employee Ratings2.4
Culture scoreC-

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)45(+3%)

Key People/Management at npm

Bryan Bogensberger

Bryan Bogensberger

CEO
Laurie Voss

Laurie Voss

Co-Founder, Chief Data Officer
Isaac Schlueter

Isaac Schlueter

Chief Product Officer
Dawn Umlah

Dawn Umlah

COO
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npm Office Locations

npm has an office in Oakland
Oakland, US (HQ)
1999 Harrison St #1150
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npm Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

npm total Funding

$9.7 m

npm latest funding size

$7.09 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

npm investors

npm's latest funding round in March 2015 was reported to be $7.1 m. In total, npm has raised $9.7 m
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Human Capital Metrics

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npm Online and Social Media Presence

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npm Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C-

    68/100

  • CEO Rating

    B

    76/100

  • Compensation

    A-

    85/100

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Employees at NPM, a startup that provides a crucial service for 11 million software developers, have signed an open letter demanding better working conditions

17 employees of startup NPM have signed an open letter demanding better working conditions. It employed 53 people in total as of April. NPM provides JavaScript tools to over 11 million developers — a service that is crucial to how many web pages and applications are built and maintained.  In March…
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npm Blogs

Managing JavaScript in the Enterprise

We are excited to announce the launch of a platform to help modernize Javascript development in the enterprise.Ripping the “beta” label off npm Enterprise is satisfying for a lot of reasons. We started npm to remove friction for JavaScript developers, and I believe we have accomplished a lot. The so…

npm Convos: open-wc

Q. Hi! Can you state your name, what you do, and/or what your company does?A: `open-wc` (Open Web Components) is an open collective of volunteer developers interested in web components and the web platform in general. Late last year we got together with the idea to publish some community-sourced rec…

The security risks of changing package owners

When I ask software developers what their biggest security concerns are, I typically hear something about malicious code in their npm packages. The average npm package has over 2000 dependencies, so the worry over malware makes a lot of sense.The npm security team certainly shares this concern, but …

npm Convos: Quasar Framework

Q. Hi! Can you state your name, what you do, and/or what your company does?A: My name is Razvan Stoenescu and I’m the founder of Quasar Framework, which is a Node.js and Vue.js-based system that helps developers rapidly create best-practice applications for the web, mobile devices, and desktops usin…

Continuous Security

It’s been almost a year since npm acquired ^Lift Security and even less since the official formation of the internal npm Security Team. In addition to working on securing the Registry and its users, I’ve been setting aside time to think through how we look at security at npm. I wanted share some of …

On Building npm and Hiring a CEO - Founders Talk

I had the opportunity to chat with Adam Stacoviak recently about the journey of creating npm and turning that into npm, Inc., 4 and a half years as CEO, and the transition to my new role as Chief Product Officer. Along the way, we touched on some of the long dark teatimes of the soul one goes t…
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npm Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was npm founded?

    npm was founded in 2014.

  • Who are npm key executives?

    npm's key executives are Bryan Bogensberger, Laurie Voss and Isaac Schlueter.

  • How many employees does npm have?

    npm has 45 employees.

  • Who are npm competitors?

    Competitors of npm include StdLib, Flynn and Eficode.

  • Where is npm headquarters?

    npm headquarters is located at 1999 Harrison St #1150, Oakland.

  • Where are npm offices?

    npm has an office in Oakland.

  • How many offices does npm have?

    npm has 1 office.