The economic engine of a great country runs on the mental resources of the people. Without people like Eric Pulier, the world would slowly grind to a halt. He has dedicated his life to becoming a major success in several sectors of the economy. Cloud computing is responsible for most of Eric Pulier’s success.
Mr. Pulier established his first company in 1991. The company known as People Doing Things was based out of L.A. The company had a major focus on using technology to address various issues in the health and education sectors. He, later on, founded a company called Digital Evolution that merge with US Interactive LLC later on. Pulier has also been involved in building a social media network for young kids suffering from chronic illnesses.
Pulier has participated in a number of national initiatives to boost the use of technology in the country. His first such project was hosting a technology exhibition held in Washington DC in 1997. In addition, he has worked with Al Gore and the Clinton Foundation. His main role has always been to promote the use of technology.
Mr. Pulier has always had a passion for technology. His first database company was established while he was still in high school. He had already begun programming while in the fourth grade. At the time, it was almost unheard of for such a young kid. He attended Harvard University in 1984 where he majored in American Literature and English. He was also taking a few classes at MIT during his time in Harvard. One of his achievements while at Harvard was that he was the editor of The Harvard Crimson.
Career and Philanthropic Work
Eric Pulier is involved in a number of philanthropic organizations. He is a member of the X-Prize Foundation. It is an organization dedicated to encouraging innovations, which solve global problems of poverty. In addition, he is the co-author of a number of important publications. Eric Pulier is also a major donor for philanthropic courses. He is currently the CEO of ServiceMesh, Inc., a company he co-founded.