For the recognized, dedicated guru in the technology world, Eric Pulier, life have been all about innovatively and positively impacting the world. The brilliant American technologist is also an entrepreneur, public speaker, author, and philanthropist based in Los Angeles, California. He has overwhelmed his career by co-founding and heading over fifteen companies with the inclusion of Digital Evolution, SOA Software, Media platform, Desktone just mentioning a few. Born in New Jersey, he started programming computers in his fourth grade and establishing a computer database by the time he was completing Teaneck high school in 1984.
The graduate of Harvard University with a BA of Arts in English and American literature in 1988, commenced his career after writing an insightful column in the Harvard Crimson. It was based on terrorism dangers as an alienated but important concern. He later moved to Los Angeles in 1991 to pursue his dreams.
His main achievements include being chosen to execute Presidential Technology Exhibition named “The Bridge to the 21st Century” in 1997. He was also named among the 30 e–visionaries by VAR Business. Due to his expertise, he has been invited to various technology and business forums as a speaker. His published work includes Understanding Enterprise SOA a service-oriented architecture, the Enterprise Industrial Complex and articles in Forbes magazine.
Eric Pullier, an active father of four children, has generously devoted his time and money desire to less fortunate. Through co-founding the Starbright World, a philanthropic private social network which provides chronically ill children with a platform to socialize, chat, blog, and share among themselves. He also donates funds and heads several non-profit organizations which include X-Prize Foundation and The Painted Turtle. They are centered in solving humanities challenges and helping kids with chronic illness respectively.
The persistent and active persona has left a remarkable impact in his reign. He believes in pushing through opportunities and new trends, learning from failures and time management.