Eric Pulier has founded and co-founded many different things. He is an entrepreneur, in which he is known for being the most leading and successful in government and enterprise technology. Eric is also an author, columnist, public speaker, philanthropist, and has founded more than 15 companies. Eric has raised a lot of money for these ventures. In fact, he has raised millions of dollars.
A few of the ventures that he has founded or co founded include Digital Evolution and Media Platform. He has also invested in venue capital funds and charitable organizations. Just recently, Eric Pulier also invested in a new firm in alliance with some of the most notable names out there in the industry. He also invests in seed level startups in media as well as technology. A majority of them have gone on to be successful.
Touching base on Philanthropy, Eric Pulier is very active in the philanthropy community. He participates in endeavors that are set to help solve problems with physically impaired children all over the world. When he was younger, he created an educational program to help teach people about Multiple Sclerosis so that they can be educated on the disease.
In 1984, Eric Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School. After he graduated from there, he attended Harvard University for his BA degree. He graduated with honors, Magna Cum Laude, from Harvard in 1988. Pulier studied English & American Literature, Computer Science, Visual & Environmental Studies.
Pulier also became the author of a weekly column which is called PulierLeg. He was also an editor for the weekly column Harvard Crimson. Eric is also the author of Understanding Enterprise SOA which was published in 2005. The co-author is Hugh Taylor. The book is full of information but really want people to think about technology differently. Conclusions are drawn from real experiences of actual companies in different industries.
Another publication is The Enterprise Industrial Complex, which was published in 2012. Its purpose is to help companies that seek to thrive during economic downturns. In the recent years, buyers and vendors suffered in recent decades. These were a group of powerful buyers and vendors.