As a business man, philanthropist, technologist, writer, and public speaker, it seems that Eric Pulier does it all. This founder of over fifteen businesses studied English and literature, computer science, and visual and environmental studies at Harvard University. He later went on to become one of the greatest of all business leaders in government and enterprise technology.
Pulier’s main niche lies, not only in the world of business, but in computer science and software as well. The majority of his endeavors have gone toward technology, investment, and charities. For example, Pulier has invested in many companies, including Digital Evolution, a Creative Production Studio that works with advertising. He is also the Co-founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of ServiceMesh, a semi-recent and unique computer software for cloud management. He has had great financial success with most of his investments over the years.
Bill Clinton and Al Gore invited Pulier to also participate in an important event of their second inauguration in Washington DC. This event, known as the “Bridge to the 21st Century,” contained exhibits that were meant to represent the future of technology, from advances in education and medicine, to the environment and the government.
In addition, Eric Pulier has donated his extra time and money to charity organizations for different worthy causes. He has, in particular, used technological innovation to help the ill and impaired. People of Africa who are in need and those who struggle to afford higher education have been major charity focuses of Pulier, and he also designed a virtual world called the Starbright World for children suffering from chronic illnesses.
Lastly, Pulier has been involved in a few published works. He co-authored a book called “Understanding Enterprise SOA,” which was designed to help people see technology and business in a different light. He also published a piece called “The Enterprise Industrial Complex,” in Forbes Magazine in 2012.