A Look at Eric Pulier and How He Has Changed the Tech World

The tech world has created most of the powerful and wealthiest people on the planet. Bill Gates, Larry Elision, Michael Dell and Mark Zuckerberg are a few that quickly come to mind. Eric Pulier is also a person who has become quite famous on the tech scene. Even though he is an innovator like the men mentioned above, but there is something that differentiates him from them. All of the men above have created a single business that has become successful, but Eric has created multiple companies that have become quite profitable. In this article we will discuss the important details about Eric Pulier and his achievements in the tech world.

Early Life and Education

Eric Pulier was born in New Jersey. By fourth grade, Eric had already started programming on basic computers. By the time he graduated high school in 1984, he was already running how own private database company with computers. Eric went to continue his studies at Harvard University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English and American literature in 1988. His work since then has focused on technological innovation and he is at the forefront of his industry.

While he was studying at Harvard, Eric wrote a regular column for the Harvard Crimson as a student journalist, exploring various topics with keen insight and sense of humor. His insightful editorial pieces can still be viewed on his Harvard writer profile. Eric then moved to Los Angeles in 1991 to pursue his dreams.

Entrepreneurial Success

In Los Angeles, Eric founded his first company, People Doing Things. The company was focused on offering technological innovations to education and healthcare sectors. Later in 1994, Eric founded the Digital Evolution, an interactive agency that was merged with US Interactive LCC in 1998. In 1997, Eric was appointed by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to finish the presidential technology exhibit, which was known as “The Bridge” to the 21st century and which was first displayed in Washington, D. C.

To date, Pulier has founded, co-founded or funded 15 different companies. He co-founded and founded multiple venture-backed companies, included Desktone, MediaPlaform, SOA Software and US Media Interactive LLC. Eric has managed to maintain his entrepreneurial success because of the formula he developed. Apart from his reliable formula, Eric is always very careful about the team he assembles to work on his startups. He promotes his startups in the right places and prepares a budget to know exactly how much money he needs to spend before the business starts to make profit.

Accomplishments in the Tech Industry

Eric Pulier has made his mark in the world of technology. He has raised millions of dollars from his multiple companies and is known as the preeminent technologist in the industry. In fact, the VAR Business named him as one of the 30 e-visionaries in the world.

Some of his key achievements in the tech industry include creating Multiple Technological Companies. People Doing Things is one of the first companies that Eric Pulier developed after graduating in 1991. This company used technology to improve education and healthcare. Other companies that Pulier has created and funded include the US Interactive LLC, Desktone and MediaPlatform .

In 1998, Mr. Pulier founded SOA Software, Inc., where he served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the company from July 1995 to July 1998. Later he became the Chief Technological officer of the company from July 1198 to May 1999.

For over 20 years, Eric has been a pioneer in the digital and software interactive industries. Mr. Pulier co- founded and served as the Chairman of the U. S. Interactive, Inc. since July 1998. He also co-founded Video Technology Inc. in the same year.

Mr. Pulier has been chosen and relied upon by the U. S. government in various technological projects. First, in 1997, he was appointed by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to develop the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington D.C. Eric was also personally unveiled by the president and vice president on National Health Care initiatives for the Family Reunion Conferences.

Eric is a member of the Progressive Institute’s New Economy force and also leads the technology forum for the Vice President of the United States. To remember and honor President’s Clinton inauguration, Eric designed the “Technology Bridge to the 21st Century”. In May 2015, Eric founder FLF and currently serves as its managing partner. He is also the chief executive and co-founder of ServiceMesh Inc. He was been awarded multiple times for his successful inventions in the area of cloud computing technology. You can see Eric at EMC World below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klbflKhBa8g

Philanthropy Work

Eric Pulier is a philanthropist and has committed his life to assisting others. He is a donor to several non-profit organizations. One of the notable philanthropy ventures is the XPrize Foundation. XPrize is a foundation that pools together talented people who want to innovate in the world of technology. The philanthropic venture awards teams and individuals for their hard work up to and including innovation for NASA.

Another notable philanthropy effort is the Painted Turtle. The Painted Turtle is a camp for children with chronic illness. The camp gives these children a chance to have fun, connect with others and get out of their own skin for a minute, while giving them money for the medical needs they have. Eric has also managed to develop a social media platform for suffering children. He named this media platform Starbright World. Eric firmly believes in giving children the chance to excel and his philanthropic endeavors are focused and effective always.

Published Works

One of the most popular published works of Eric Pulier is his book titled Understanding Enterprise SOA. In this book, Mr. Pulier delivers a brief and easy to understand introduction to the topic. The book is popular due to its easy readability, depth insight and relevance. Another popular publication is his article “The Enterprise Industrial Complex” which appeared in the March 2012 issue of Forbes Magazine.

From developing the initial interactive live feed stream in space shuttle to assisting people with various medical needs, Mr. Eric Pulier has left a notable positive footprint. Eric still plans to continue with helping others develop computing technology and assist innovative startups in their endeavors. What makes Eric impressive and incredible is that he has never lost sight of what makes him successful. He is always encouraging others, embracing innovation and pushing the limits to achieve more.


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