Eric Pulier’s reputation is preceded by his involvement and accomplishments in a myriad of activities and disciplines. As such, he is not only known as a shrewd entrepreneur but also as an avid writer, charitable giver, as well as public speaker.
Pulier’s knack for computer programming manifested while pursuing his high school diploma at the Teaneck High School situated in the New Jersey area. As a result, Pulier designed a computer database firm while in the fourth grade. As a bright student, he made it to one of the globally renowned institutions of higher learning, Harvard University, where he pursued an undergraduate degree in both English and American literature. While studying at Harvard, Eric Pulier was involved in other activities and interests such as writing a column or article for The Harvard Crimson as well as taking classes at MIT, which neighbors Harvard.
Over the years, Pulier has been involved in founding, co-founding and financing various companies as well as startups. Some of the companies associated with his involvement include Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, ServiceMesh, Digital Evolution, Akana, Desktone, US Interactive as well as Media Platform. Further, Pulier holds an impressive track record in investing in charitable organizations and venture capital funds. Trident Capital, Monitor Ventures eCompanies among others area just some of the companies that Pulier has invested in terms of VC funding.
Pulier boasts of a vast track record in philanthropy. As such, he was honored in 2010’s US Doctor for Africa benefit ceremony held in New York City for his significant effort in providing technical innovation to meet Africa’s health care needs. In the past, he was also an active member of the Clinton Global Initiative whereby he headed the follow-up exploration on an initiative that delivered affordable cloud-computing resources to various under-served communities.
Pulier’s Career as a Writer
Pulier is recognized as a writer due to various publications such as Understanding Enterprise SOA, which he wrote with the help of Hugh Taylor, the Co-author, and Manning Publications. The book derives inferences from actual experiences of existing companies in a myriad of industries.