BPM may refer to:
The BPM-97 (Boyevaya Pogranichnaya Mashina - "Battle Vehicle of the Border Guard") or Выстрел (Vystrel) is the Russian military designation for the KAMAZ 43269 Vystrel 4×4 wheeled mine-resistant, ambush protected (MRAP) vehicle.
BPM 37093 (V886 Centauri) is a variable white dwarf star of the DAV, or ZZ Ceti, type, with a hydrogen atmosphere and an unusually high mass of approximately 1.1 times the Sun's.
Bpm'online CRM (formerly BPMonline CRM) is a cloud-based software that merges customer relationship management (CRM) features with business process management (BPM) capabilities.
BPM ("Beats Per Minute") is one of four Dance/Electronic music satellite channels offered by Sirius XM Radio, operating on XM channel 51 (previously 81), Sirius channel 51 (previously 36, where it replaced The Beat on November 12, 2008) and Dish Network channel 6051. DirecTV carried this channel on channel 859 until February 9, 2010. As of May 5, 2011, BPM can now be heard on channel 51 for both services and Dish Network 6051.
BPM Everywhere (BPME) represents a strategy for coping, and possibly exploiting, the disruption that is anticipated as a result of structural changes due to technical progression known as the Internet of Things (IoT).
bpm:tv (beats per minute television) was a Canadian English language Category B specialty channel owned by Stornoway Communications.
BPM is the call sign of the official short-wave time signal service of the People's Republic of China, operated by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, broadcasting from CAS's National Time Service Center in Pucheng County, Shaanxi at 34°56′55.96″N 109°32′34.93″E, roughly 70 km northeast of Lintong, along with NTSC's long-wave time signal BPL on 100 kHz.
In musical terminology, tempo [ˈtɛmpo] ("time" in Italian; plural: tempi [ˈtɛmpi]) is the speed or pace of a given piece or subsection thereof, how fast or slow.
Zhuyin fuhao, Zhuyin or Bopomofo (pinyin: bōpōmōfō, Mandarin IPA: [pwópʰwómwófwó]) is a system of phonetic notation for the transcription of spoken Chinese, particularly the Mandarin dialect.