January 18, 2010

Cambridge Who’s Who Recognizes Jack (John T. Jr.) Gilmore: Honored Member of Cambridge Who’s Who for Outstanding Achievements in the Information Tech

Jack (John T. Jr.) Gilmore, founder and President of Comparative Visual Assessments Inc., a management-consulting firm that specializes in performance analysis, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who as an expert with a long career in systems programming and performance analysis. He is the sole inventor of a patented methodology for utilizing vector analysis and statistics to produce hierarchical oriented VectorCharts. These provide a more effective performance analysis tool to depict the performance strengths and weaknesses of a wide range of subjects from people, to features, concepts, places, medicines, patients, strategies, economies, and so forth.

He is the sole inventor of two patents, one for Digital Equipment and one for his own firm. Jack intends to continue his work in performance analysis consulting. His highest priority is to provide the business community with more sophisticated performance analysis techniques. Cambridge Who’s Who acknowledges Jack's passion and hard work to encourage companies, the government, academic institutions, medical, legal and sport communities to embrace the graphic use of vectors and statistics for ALL of their performance analysis reviews.

In his spare time, Gilmore volunteers as a Catholic Eucharistic Minister with the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Cape and Islands in Sandwich, MA. He attributes his success to the education he received at Boston College as well as courses at MIT and Boston University. He credits his leadership abilities to the time he acquired as a U.S. Navy Carrier Pilot. Tenacity, he maintains is his strongest talent.