Early life and Education
Eric Pulier is an entrepreneur, technologist, author, columnist, and philanthropist. Raised in New Jersey, Eric Pulier’s became fascinated with the subject of computer programming in the fourth grade. He established his first database computer company while in high school. Mr. Pulier joined Harvard University in 1984 to pursue Bachelor of Arts in English and American Literature.
Eric Pulier co-founded several companies such as People Doing Things, Digital Evolution, SOA Software Inc., and Interactive Video Technology. Besides, he owns Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, ServiceMesh, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. Currently, Eric Pulier serves as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ServiceMesh. Also, Eric has invested in various VCs such as Trident Capital, eCompanies, and Monitor Ventures. Furthermore, Eric Pulier has an interest in media and technology startups.
Mr. Pulier has served in different capacities throughout his two-decade career life. Besides serving as the CEO and Chairman of his companies, Eric served as Cloud at Computer Sciences Corporation’s Vice Chief Operating Officer. Moreover, Eric Pulier served as the Secretary of Santa Monica Media Corporation and as its Chief Technology Officer. In 1997, Mr. Pulier was appointed to the Presidential Inaugural Committee to manage the Presidential Technology Exhibition held in the Washington D.C. While serving on the committee; Eric Pulier was appointed as the advisor on National Health Care initiatives. Currently, Eric serves as SOA Software at Logic Library’s director as well as the Director of Santa Monica Media Corp. Besides, Eric Pulier is a renowned public speaker at technology conferences around the world.
Eric Pulier’s philanthropic work would use technology to solve challenges faced by economically disadvantaged communities and physically disabled children in the United States. Eric developed the world’s first multimedia educational programs on Multiple Sclerosis for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Moreover, Pulier served as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, a program that provides low-cost cloud-computing resources to under-served communities. He also supports the ACE Foundation, a humanitarian organization involved in the management and micro-transaction system used in the distribution of drinking water and data analysis. In partnership with HeroX, ACE Foundation sponsors technological initiatives geared towards addressing life-threating issues.
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