Mr. Eric Pulier is acknowledged as among the most successful and leading entrepreneurs in the American government. Additionally, he is also a published author, and philanthropist. Eric Pulier is the Chairman and Co-founder of a company named Service Mesh Incorporation. He was employed at CSC Australia Party as the Vice President. Moreover, Eric Pulier also served at Computer Sciences Corporation as the General Manager of Cloud, directing the deliverance of Information Technology as a service from external and internal providers. Some of the companies founded by Mr. Eric Pulier such as MediaPlatform, Desktone, US Interactive, ServiceMesh, Akana, Digital Evolution, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council have been financed by most prominent venture groups operating worldwide.
Being among the most popular public speakers at leading technology conferences worldwide, the VAR Business named him as one of 30 e-Visionaries. During President Clintons’ inauguration, Mr. Pulier came up with a blueprint of the ‘technology bridge to the 21st century’ show on the mall situated in Washington D.C. Through this display, Mr. Eric Pulier highlighted the role played by technology in manufacturing, entertainment, education, and other sectors.
Mr. Pulier is the owner of Santa Monica, a beautiful restaurant located in California. The restaurant has a nightclub attached to it. Further, Eric Pulier has invested in charitable organizations, and venture capital funds. Venture Capitalist’s include: Monitor Ventures, eCompanies, and Trident Capital. Moreover, Mr. Pulier is also an active investor in many new business establishments in technology, and media. The vast majority of the many seed level startups by Mr. Pulier have gone on to victorious financings.
In 1984, he graduated from a school called Teaneck High School. From there, Mr. Pulier went to Harvard University where he managed to attain his B.A. Degree. He graduated from Havard University with great honors in 1988.
Mr. Pulier studied Computer Science, English & American Literature, and Environmental Studies throughout his collegiate career. He was also the author and editor of PulierLeg; a news article used weekly by Harvard Crimson.