Erick Pulier is a successful entrepreneur, published author, technologist, public speaker, columnist and philanthropist. He has founded an incredible 15 companies to date and has managed to raise money and arrange for finances for all his ventures. Some of the ventures that he is associated with include Digital Evolution, Media Platform, Akana, US Interactive, ServiceMesh, Desktone and TM Forum.
Pulier has also invested in venture capital funds like eCompanies, Trident Capital and Monitor Ventures. In addition, he has also vast investments in some seed level startups in technology and media. Many of these startups have done quite well. Today, Pulier lives in Los Angeles, California and has four children.
Earlier on in his career, Pulier landed a huge government project from President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore. The project was called Bridge to the 21st Century and was designed to commemorate the second inauguration of Clinton and Al Gore. Pulier did excellent work on the project and it helped to catapult him to instant media attention and national prominence. This was after he was featured in almost all media outlets during the coverage of the futuristic event. After the successful event, Pulier secured a board position at Center for Telecommunication Management at USC Marshall School.
Publications from Eric Pulier
Pulier’s book called Understanding Enterprise SOA was published by Manning Publications in 2005. His other published work is The Enterprise Industrial Complex published by Forbes Magazine in 2012. Both books became successful because they dealt with current issues in the technology and business industries.
Eric Pulier is an active philanthropist and has been part of many notable endeavors that target economically disadvantaged communities and physically impaired children. He uses technology to try and solve some of the intractable problems that face the society. He was instrumental in the creation of a multimedia educational program that educates people about multiple sclerosis and its effects. His efforts of using technology to help solve healthcare problems in Africa saw him honored in 2010 at a US Doctors for Africa event held in New York City. His other notable charity involvements include the ACE Foundation, Clinton Global Initiative, XPRIZE Foundation, Starlight Foundation and Painted Turtle.