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Brian Leslie Phones & Addresses

  • Elburn, IL
  • Thornton, CO
  • Salina, KS
  • Rawlins, WY
  • Cheyenne, WY
  • Ogden, IA
  • Boone, IA
  • Mokena, IL
  • Romeoville, IL
  • Richton Park, IL

Work

Company: Soldincolorado.com Address: 1685 E 131St Cr, Thornton, CO 80241 Phones: (303) 332-6369

Education

School / High School: Trade School

Specialities

Buyer's Agent • Listing Agent • Short-Sale • Consulting

Professional Records

Real Estate Brokers

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Brian Leslie, Thornton CO Short Sale Specialist

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Specialties:
Buyer's Agent
Listing Agent
Short-Sale
Consulting
Work:
Soldincolorado.com
1685 E 131St Cr, Thornton, CO 80241
(303) 332-6369 (Office)
Experience:
17 years
Links:
Site
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Brian Leslie, Denver CO Agent

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Work:
BROKERS GUILD CHERRY CREEK LTD
Denver, CO
(303) 332-6369 (Phone)
License #008516

Resumes

Resumes

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Director Of Cyber Security

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Location:
1416 2Nd St, Boone, IA 50036
Industry:
Consumer Goods
Work:

Director of Cyber Security

Kimberly-Clark
Cyber Security  Senior Technology Risk Manager
Education:
University of Wisconsin - Fox Valley
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Teacher

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Work:
Paradise Knoll Elementary School
Teacher
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Broker Associate - Brokers Guild

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Work:

Broker Associate - Brokers Guild
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Skills:
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Word
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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. Brian Leslie
President
Leslie Excavating Ltd.
Excavating Contractors
40 Ross Road, Westphal, NS B2Z 1B4
(902) 456-4116, (902) 434-5608
Brian Leslie
President
Leslie Excavating Ltd
Excavating Contractors
(902) 456-4116, (902) 434-5608
Brian Leslie
Director
Criminal Case Consultants Inc
Brian Hal Leslie
Director
King Brush Corporation

Publications

Us Patents

System For Valuating Users And User Generated Content In A Collaborative Environment

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US Patent:
8239228, Aug 7, 2012
Filed:
May 29, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/474468
Inventors:
Michael E. Bechtel - Naperville IL, US
Brian J. Leslie - Chicago IL, US
Assignee:
Accenture Global Services Limited - Dublin
International Classification:
G06Q 10/00
US Classification:
705 7
Abstract:
A system for valuating users and user generated content in a collaborative environment is described. The system may include a memory, an interface, and a processor. The memory may store an item, responses to the item, and ratings for each response. The processor may receive responses from the users based on the item provided by the content provider. The processor may receive ratings from the users for each of the responses. The processor may determine a response quality score for each response if the number of users who viewed the response satisfies a view threshold. The response quality score may be based on the ratings received for each response and the number of users who viewed each response. The processor may transform each response and the response quality score of each response into a graphical representation and may provide the graphical representation to the content provider.

System For Managing A Collaborative Environment

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US Patent:
20090282346, Nov 12, 2009
Filed:
Jun 25, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/491321
Inventors:
Michael E. Bechtel - Naperville IL, US
Brian J. Leslie - Chicago IL, US
Brian H. Richards - Chicago IL, US
Erin E. Hsu - Sunnyvale CA, US
Assignee:
ACCENTURE GLOBAL SERVICES GMBH - Schffhausen
International Classification:
G06F 3/048
G06F 9/46
US Classification:
715751, 718103, 715853
Abstract:
A system is described for managing a collaborative environment. The system may include a memory, an interface, and a processor. The memory may store items provided by users in a collaborative environment. Each item may be related to at least one other item. The processor may identify the collaborative environment and may receive a request from a user to flag an item in the collaborative environment. The request may include a reason for flagging the item and a description of the reason. The processor may determine a priority level of a plurality of priority levels for handling the item based at least on the reason. Each priority level may be associated with an action to be performed on the item. The processor may perform the action associated with the determined priority level.
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