Eric Pulier is a brilliant and multi-faceted entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a published author. He was born in Teaneck, New Jersey. Eric started demonstrating his technological proficiency at a young age and his fourth grade he decided to build his computer, which became a success as the processor, hard drive, and other components of his computer functioned perfectly after just a few weeks of hard work. Eric Pulier went to Harvard University where he studied English and literature. Eric also studied at Massachusetts Institute of Technology to continue pursuing his passion for technology and the future.
After receiving a world-class education successfully, Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles where he began to craft his image as an entrepreneur and a futurist. Eric wanted to build a company that served human needs. Eric Pulier first company was People Doing Things (PDT), which is a technology firm that used technology-based solutions for real-world problems. They helped address healthcare, education, and poverty-related issues. However, the firm was later acquired by another company, and Pulier utilized the proceeds for additional enterprises.
Today, Eric Pulier leads ServiceMesh, which is an IT firm that provides solutions related to technology via the Cloud to companies across the globe. Eric has been helping the less fortunate using the money he gathered over the years from his ventures. He created the X-Prize foundation, an organization that hosts competitions for individuals and companies. The competition involves participants pitching an idea, which they believe will solve problems related to governance, disease, poverty, and other global issues. The winner then receives funding to put to reality their world-changing idea.
Eric Pulier has founded several business ventures such as US interactive, Digital Evolution, Akana, Media Platform, Desktone, ServiceMesh, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. To bring ideas to life, he writes down key words of inspiration and ideas that hit at any time of day or night so that he can reproduce and expand upon them later. One of his most outstanding philanthropic works is Painted Turtle, which is a camp for children with chronic diseases and where he donates his money and time to ensure they also enjoy summer camp experience. He has a book called Understanding Enterprise SOA. Eric pulier is frequently invited as a speaker and appears regularly on conferences and technology forums.