Eric Pulier is a renowned entrepreneur both in the government and the technology enterprise. He has either founded or co-founded several of the most successful companies. Eric has played a part in establishing over fifteen companies including Media Platform, which is a media presentation, US Interactive, which is a professional enterprise service, SOA, a service-oriented infrastructure, ServiceMesh, an enterprise cloud management, and virtual desktops, Desktone.
This serial entrepreneur is also actively involved charitable works by donating to several non-profit organizations. Eric sits on the board of The Painted Turtle charitable organization which engages in helping children with chronic conditions. Eric dedicated both his time and money to ensure that kids suffering from chronic illnesses can enjoy summer camp experience like other kids of their age.
His passion for helping children can also be seen in the Starbright World where he has dedicated his time and skills in technology to come up with a social media platform where kids with disabilities can interact. He also sits on the board of X-Prize Foundation which deals with helping solve humanities greatest challenges.
Eric is also an active writer and recently published the book, Understand Enterprise, SOA. This gives an easy to comprehend introduction to the enterprise. In the book, he ensures it is precise, easy to read and understand, and that it provides an in-depth understanding of the topic. Eric is also actively in writing for Forbes.
The X-Prize Foundation is one of the startups that can clearly show Eric’s passion for helping humanity. He started the program with the aim of helping the less fortunate youths and adults explore their talents and get rewarded for their achievement. He is also the founder of People Doing Things, a company that he started in 1991 with the aim of addressing education, healthcare, and other issues by use of technology.
Eric Pulier Education Background
Eric Pulier attended Harvard University for his BA where he graduated in 1988 from the Magna Cum Laude. During his university days, he was an editor and the author of the PulierLeg which was a weekly column for the Harvard Crimson.