The success of Eric Pulier in business and philanthropy work
Eric Pulier, founder of vAtomic systems is a man who carries several crowns over his head and is well positioned to lead the organizations he has founded into the future, With about 15 companies he has founded or co-founded, Eric Pulier no doubt entrepreneur who has seen as much as he has learnt along the way.
Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984 and joined Harvard University where he studied for a BA.in English and American Literature, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1988. An established publisher and author, Eric wrote a regular column for the Harvard Crimson while still studying there. He wrote on a range of topics and his columns were characterized by wit and a sense of humor. He later moved to Los Angeles and created People Doing Things, a technology company whose focus was on the health and education sectors. Several companies have since been associated with him including Digital Evolution, US Interactive LLC among others.
Pulier has raised millions of dollars in his investments and has also helped fund several ventures that have taken shape to become successful businesses. A prominent technologist, Pulier was named by VAR as one of 30 e-visionaries and is a regular speaker and contributor to technology forums. His outstanding performance has seen him sit at the Clinton Global Initiative. He is also the Executive Director of the Enterprise Leadership Council.
Eric Pulier is the co-author of “Understanding Enterprise SOA,” published in 2005. He has also contributed to Forbes among other publications. He has been awarded several prizes as a result of his impressive contribution specifically to the business world and cloud computing in particular.
Pulier has also been involved in various philanthropy work. The Multiple Sclerosis Society is one of the beneficiaries of Pulier’s giving, where he helped to build a multimedia education platform for people with multiple sclerosis. The Starbright World, a private social network which he created with Stephen Spielberg, Norman Schwarzkopf Jr., and Peter Samuelson was aimed at helping children with chronic diseases to connect through chats and blog posts. He also sits on the board of Painted Turtle a charitable organization reaching out to children with chronic illnesses in Lake Hughe.
Eric Pulier has achieved immense success in his business career and continues to make an impact in both the social and business world.