Eric Pulier wears many hats. He is an entrepreneur, technologist, author, speaker, philanthropist, and founder of several companies such as Digital Evolution, U.S. Interactive, Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, ServiceMesh, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. He has some of his biggest investments in venture capital funds such as Trident Capital, eCompanies, and Monitor Ventures. With all of his high-profile roles, he considers his most important role to be as father to four children. He resides with his kids in sunny Los Angeles, California.
Eric Pulier started his first business while in high school. After graduation in 1984, he attended Harvard University. In 1988, he graduated from the school with honors before moving to Los Angeles. There he resumed founding businesses. Some of his businesses have been philanthropic agencies. Starbright World, for instance, is an agency that enables chronically ill children a computer app platform to interact with other chronically ill children. This is just one example. He has also set up several other non-profit philanthropic agencies. He is particularly highly personally invested in the Painted Turtle, a camp for children suffering from chronic illness.
Pulier has become known as one of the top experts of computer technology in the world. In 1997, he was appointed to lead a team to create and develop the Presidential Technology Exhibition. Afterwards, he was invited to participate in Vice President Al Gore’s health care and technology forum. He writing work includes the co-authorship of “Understanding Enterprise SOA.” Few people can predict what Pulier will be doing next, but whatever it is, it is sure to be absolutely amazing.