Mr. Pulier is a renowned American businessman, author, technologist, philanthropist, public speaker and family man. He has established over 15 successful companies, selling his latest for $350 million. He is the proud owner of a beautiful restaurant in Santa Monica, which is attached to his nightclub. Eric’s ability to make diamonds from coal started way back when he was just a young boy. He was born and raised in Teaneck, New Jersey where he had his elementary education, and exposed his brilliance in fourth grade when he started programming computers. He had already started his own database computer company by the time he finished high school in 1984. Eric advanced his studies at Harvard University where he majored in English and Literature, and wrote the Harvard Crimson, the school’s daily newspaper. In 1991, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue other careers.
Pulier’s computer program included several competitions and prizes for people who were willing to work themselves to their fullest potential. His aim was to help teens and children who did not have financial ability to achieve their dreams. He did not end his love story with needy children there; he started a camp for children with chronic illnesses named ‘Painted Turtle’. Being the Vice President of cloud operations, Eric has generously donated time and money to see children who have special medical needs enjoying idyllic summer experience. His work with Star Bright World has seen him put money and profound technical skills to help in making a specialized social media stage for children with chronic illnesses. Through this, children can meet with others in similar conditions and interact with them, probably drawing a little inspiration.
Another memorable accomplishment for Eric Pulier was Akana. He initialized the project SOA software and got several SOA vendors under the brand in 2000. This was later sold ‘Rogue Wave Software’ after growing it to become an outstanding suite of SOA solutions. His success in publishing is well known. His book, Understanding Enterprise SOA, is highly rated for its easy to read approach, relevance and in depth insight. He also boasts of writing for Forbes.