Eric Pulier is a brilliant software entrepreneur with a spread of interests that fuel his curiosity and make him a well-rounded business man. He graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984 and later graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and American Literature. Ever since, he has worked to help people and children who are poor and that suffer from chronic disease. At Harvard, Eric wrote a regular column that was published in the Harvard Crimson that looked at a range of topics and then moved to Los Angeles after graduating.
In 1991, Eric Pulier created the company People Doing Things, which offered revolutionary tech to education and healthcare industries. He then moved on to found Digital Evolution in 1994, which merged with US Interactive LLC in 1998. During his lifetime he has co-founded, funded, or founded 15 separate companies and among some of these are MediaPlatformm, Desktone, US Media Interactive LLC., and SOA Software. He has earned millions of dollars with his companies and is known as a technologist and futurist in the industry. he is a sought out technology speaker and was names one of 30 e-visionaries by VAR Business.
Eric Pulier’s Philanthropic pursuits are his favorite part of being successful, and some of his first work for others began with him putting together a multimedia education platform to educate about Multiple Sclerosis. He also helped to build Starbright World, which gave children with chronic illnesses a chance to connect with each other through blog posts and live chats. His service as a board of director with the XPrize Foundation has gave him the ability to help young entrepreneurs gain the funding they need to create amazing solutions to some of the worst problems on Earth. His time spent with the Painted Turtle, a charitable group that offers summer camp for kids with chronic illnesses, has helped many children.
Eric Pulier is a well-known author who co-authored “Understanding Enterprise SOA,” and also published the article “The Enterprise Industrial Complex,” which was published in Forbes Magazine in 2012. Today, he lives in Los Angeles California where he raises four children and lives a happy life.
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