Eric Pulier is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the United States. He grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey. By the time he was in the fourth grade, he was able to program computers like a professional. While in high school, he started a database company. He got his B.S Degree from Harvard in English. While he was at Harvard, he took extra classes at MIT in technology.
He moved to Los Angeles after graduation and started a company, called People Doing Things. The firm focused on using technology to solve issues in health care and education. In 1994, he started Digital Evolution. In 1998, Eric decided to merge the company with U.S. Interactive, LLC. Eric is co-founder of ServiceMesh, Inc. and is currently its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Pulier founded SOA Software, in 1988. He was their Chairman and CEO from 1995 to 1998.
Eric has over 20 years’ experience in the software and digital interactive industries. He is currently Executive Chairman of Loa Software at LogicLibrary, Inc. He currently serves as Executive Director of the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Counsel. Pulier is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the government and enterprise technology.
Eric Pulier is extremely busy running his companies and serving on boards, however, he is also very active in philanthropy. He donates to several charitable organizations. He helped create a multimedia educational program, designed to teach people with Multiple Sclerosis more about their illness. He helped make a way for home computers used by those with impaired motor skills to control their keyboards.
Pulier donated capital to Starlight Foundation to help children with chronic illnesses to communicate with other children with similar experiences. The program linked 75 hospitals in the U.S. allowing kids to video conference each other. These are just a few of the ways Pulier uses his knowledge to help those less fortunate.