Eric Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984, then went onto Harvard, where he studied English and American Literature, Computer Science, also Visual and Environmental Studies. In 1988, he graduated with a Bachelor’s Associates Degree.
Since, he has become one of the most successful entrepreneurs in government and enterprise technology industry. Some of the best venture capital groups have financed some of the companies Eric Pulier founded or co-founded. Pulier has started over 15 companies, some include: MediaPlatform, US Interactive, Desktone, SOA Software, Digital Evolution, Akana, and ServiceMesh. Also, Pulier is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative
Eric Pulier’s career expands beyond entrepreneurship. He is also a technologist, popular public speaker at tech conferences, published columnist and author.
Some capital funds include: eCompanies, Trident Capital, and Monitor Ventures. He recently started a new company with notable names in the technology field, but details have not been released, yet.
Pulier is a father of four children and is a member on the board of The Painted Turtle (a summer camp for chronically ill children), innovation Board of the XPrize Foundation, and is Executive Director of Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council.
Pulier is active in philanthropic endeavors that use technological advances to solve problems in economically disadvantaged communities of help physically impaired children. In earlier years, Pulier created an educational program to teach patients with Multiple Sclerosis about their disease. Mr. Pulier’s work gave them the ability to use home computers for complex educational experiences with a featured peripheral beam device that users without sufficient motor control for keyboard use could use to answer quizzes and interact with the program and send data to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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