Eric Pulier is a successful individual, with numerous titles to his name. He is an entrepreneur, columnist, author, technologist, public speaker, and an active philanthropist. He attended the well-known Harvard University where he majored in English and American literature, graduating with a distinction.
Eric Pulier’s brilliance started showing from an early age. He was doing computer programming at fourth grade and opened a database venture in high school. While at Harvard University, Eric was a columnist and an editor for Harvard Crimson. His first company was named People Doing Things, founded in 1994. The company focused on how technology can be used to improve everyday issues, such as education and healthcare. It later merged with US Interactive in 1998. Since then, Eric has not relented in creating more ventures that have been of help to many.
He has founded, co-founded and funded a number of start-ups mostly in technology, media, and capital funds. These companies include Digital Evolution, Media Platform, US Interactive, Akana, ServiceMesh, Desktone, and Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council among others. vAtomic Systems is the latest out of his sleeves. The firm focuses on building and improving a new technology named virtual atoms. This technology works in protecting private data saved in the cloud. Eric Pulier’s capabilities are nationally recognized. In 1997, the Presidential Inaugural Committee hired him for his outstanding skills to create the Presidential Technology Exhibition, which was named The Bridge to the 21st Century. His publications include Understanding Enterprise SOA, which he co-authored with Hugh Taylor and The Enterprise Industrial Complex.
Eric Pulier has largely invested in the communities. Some of his most remarkable philanthropic startups include XPrize. He built this platform to award teens and youths who outdid themselves to reach to the top. These awards would work as a motivation to people who were rarely recognized. Eric Pulier has a passion for children with special needs. He has over the years donated money and his technological skills in creating platforms that help those children. Pulier played an integral role in establishing a camp dubbed the Painted Turtle for chronically ill children. He has also worked with Starbright World in creating an interaction media platform for children suffering from chronic diseases.