The New Jersey-born Harvard graduate is a basket of talent, intelligence, and breakthrough success. He started programming computers at an incredibly early age, went on to build a computer database company during high school and by the time he went to the prestigious Harvard, his writing skills were already sharpened. It was not long before he rose to the editorship of The Harvard Crimson.
Eric Pulier’s leadership in enterprise technology is recognized globally, not just by VAR Business, which named him among the 30 e-Visionaries. His insight and vision have helped to found more than 15 companies. As a founder of Service Oriented Infrastructure (SOA) software, his innovative approach gives him a competitive advantage.
Shrewd as always, he planned minor acquisitions that eventually made his startup company notable. When Rogue Wave Software came knocking, Pulier did not hesitate to make more than $350 million. His name is also synonymous with technology ventures such as DigitalEvolution, ServiceMash, US interactive, MediaPlatform, Desktone, and Acana. He has helped many business ventures by helping them to raise required funds. His portfolio in this particular category runs into hundreds of millions of dollars.
A kid who attended public school, Eric Pulier is an inspirational figure. His book, Understanding Enterprise SOA, is a great help for readers who have a desire to understand the ins and outs of enterprise technology. The book is a minefield of helpful information and insight. He has also shared his knowledge and insight as a public speaker. Anyone who has listened to Pulier’s moving speeches and presentations at global conferences and other forums would readily agree that indeed, he is a graceful and inspiring speaker.
Apart from pouring his personal resources into ensuring a memorable summer camp experiences for kids with chronic illnesses, Eric Pulier has used his special set of skills to build a safe media channel for the chronically ill kids to establish connections and mingle freely with their peers.
Currently, Eric Pulier is a member and executive director of Clinton Global Initiative and Enterprise Leadership Council respectively. He lives in Los Angeles, surrounded by the love of his four children. He owns a classy restaurant and Nightclub in Santa Monica, CA.