CPM may refer to:

  • Cost per mille, the advert cost per thousand views
  • Cost per impression, the online advertising cost per thousand views (M=1000 in roman numerals)
Project management
  • Certified Property Manager
  • Certified Public Manager
  • Certified Purchasing Manager
  • Corporate performance management is another name for business performance management used in Gartner reports on software systems
  • Consumer product management
  • Communist Party of India (Marxist)
  • Communist Party of Malaya, the Malayan Communist Party
  • Compton/Woodley Airport (IATA code CPM)
  • Fathers of Mercy (Congregatio Presbyterorum a Misericordia), a Catholic order of priests
  • Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova
  • The Pentecostal Mission (formerly Ceylon Pentecostal Mission)
  • Club des Porteurs Mercedes (forum de discussions de camping-caristes)
  • Cestno podjetje Maribor, the leading civil engineering company in the Northeastern Slovenia
  • CPM Group
  • Central Park Media
Science, technology, and medicine
  • Cellular Potts model method of simulating cellular structures
  • Central pontine myelinolysis, a neurologic disease
  • Certified Professional Midwife, see midwifery, midwife types
  • Chlorphenamine, an antihistamine drug
  • Clique percolation method, a clustering algorithm for networks
  • Confined placental mosaicism, a condition of pregnancy
  • Continuous passive motion, a physical therapy technique
  • Continuous phase modulation
  • Counts per minute, a unit of radioactivity
  • CPM (gene), a human gene encoding the protein carboxypeptidase M
  • Cpm, a process capability index
  • Critical path method, a scheduling algorithm
  • Cyclopropylmescaline, a psychedelic drug
  • CPM S30V steel, a martensite form of steel
  • Challenge ProMode Arena, a Quake III Arena modification
  • CP/M, "Control Program / Monitor" microcomputer operating system; a precursor to IBM PC-compatible disk operating systems
  • Compressed pattern matching, searching for strings in compressed text without decompression
  • Combinatorial pattern matching, a research area and a conference on combinatorial algorithms for strings, sequences, and trees.
  • Communication Processor Module, a networking and serial communications engine in Motorola/Freescale QUICC and PowerQUICC family of processors
  • Characters per minute, the speed of a typist; WPM (words per minute) is CPM divided by five
  • Critical path method, algorithm for scheduling a set of project activities
Corporate sustainability
  • Carbon process management, corporate greenhouse gas abatement
  • Colonial Police Medal
Transfer pricing
  • Comparable Profits Method, a commonly used transfer pricing method

Other articles related to "cpm":

CPM (gene)
... Identifiers Symbol CPM External IDs OMIM 114860 MGI 1917824 HomoloGene 35367 ChEMBL 3038 GeneCards CPM Gene EC number Gene Ontology Molecular function • carboxypeptidase activity ...
CPM S30V Steel
... CPM S30V is a martensitic (hardened) powder-made (sintered) wear and corrosion resistant stainless steel developed by Dick Barber of Crucible Materials Corporation in collaboration with ... Despite some difficulties with a consistent heat-treat, knifemakers use CPM S30V because its composition makes it easier to grind than other powder steels ... Jerry Hossom, and Paul Bos in the development of CPM S30V ...
CPM Group
... CPM is the world’s largest outsourced sales organisation, and the UK and Europe’s largest field marketing agency ... Owned by global marketing communications group Omnicom, CPM has wholly owned offices in 14 countries, including the USA, India and CPM Asia Pacific, which is headquartered ... Established in the UK in 1936, CPM’s head office is in Thame, Oxfordshire, UK ...
Carbon Process Management
... Carbon Process Management (CPM) is a management process which promotes environmental effectiveness in organizations ... When implemented effectively, CPM techniques can reduce operating costs, realizing gains in brand equity, competitive advantage and stakeholder value ... Initially introduced by First Carbon Solutions, CPM uses Japanese kaizen philosophy which continuously improves workplace practices to reduce wastage, this is combined business process ...