The Great Works of Eric Pulier

Eric Pulier is a renowned American entrepreneur. Pulier grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey. In his career, Pulier has founded many successful tech companies. He attended Teaneck High School where he graduated in 1984. He then went on to study a Bachelor of Arts degree at Harvard University. He graduated college with distinction in 1988.

In college, Pulier took a course in American Literature and English. He also studied Environmental $ Visual Studies and Computer Science. He had a column that featured in the weekly Harvard Crimson where he also served as an editor. Education has enabled Eric Pulier to sharpen his skills in fields such as; IT Strategy, Cloud Computing, Enterprise Architecture, Business Development, and Leadership, among other skills.

Pulier has involved himself in the establishment of more than ten companies in his career. In 1991, Eric set up People Doing Things (PDT). The company aimed at solving problems that were affecting the health and education sectors. PDT looked to technology to come up with the solutions. Three years later, in 1994, Pulier established Digital Evolution. The company was involved in a merger in 1998 to become US Interactive LLC.

In 2001, Pulier founded Akana where he was the CEO before he left. He has had links with many notable institutions. Some of the firms that Pulier has had connections to include; AppSense, Inc., Desktone, Interactive Video Technology (IVT), MediaPlatform, Inc., ARTISTdirect Inc., and Gluecode Inc., among others. Eric Pulier is currently the CEO of vAtomic Systems, Inc., a company he established in 2015.

Eric Pulier has had business deals with the government several times in his career. In 1997, Eric was one of the professionals selected to build and manage the ‘Bridge of the 21st Century, which was to celebrate the second inauguration of President Clinton and his Vice President Al Gore. During the event that had the President and his deputy in attendance, Pulier presented many revolutionary ideas on many issues to the country. He touched on matters on space travel and even showed a live call with astronauts on a shuttle. Many members of the Senate and the Congress were also in attendance.

Pulier has involved himself in many philanthropic activities. He always gives back to society as much as possible. He employs technology to come up with solutions to problems that affect the marginalized communities in the world. Mr. Pulier set up a program to educate people suffering from multiple sclerosis about their condition.

In his career, Pulier has been honored by US Doctors for Africa for his assistance in providing technological advancement in African healthcare. He is a donor to XPRIZE Foundation, an organization that aims at providing tech solutions to help humans. He has helped many other foundations to improve lives of people.