Eric Pulier began his very impressive career in technology very young. While in the fourth grade he started programming computers and started his first company based on that passion when in high school. That was just the beginning of his life of entrepreneurship. After high school he attended and earned a degree from Harvard in 1988. Today he is so internationally respected an entreprenuer that his new companies are almost always financially backed by some of the most successful companies in the world.
His greatest and most historic work has been in the area of IT, in which he has instigated some drastic innovation that have changed the entire industry throughout the past 20 years. He has also worked closely with the government. In 1997 he was selected to create by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to create the Presidential Technology Exhibit called “The Bridge to the 21st Century.” When finalized, this exhibit was called the Starbright Foundation. The Vice President was so impressed with Pulier that he appoited Pulier an advisor to him on National Health Care Initiatives for the Family Reunion Conference. Naturally, he also advised on technological matters. And he also participated in the Clinton Global Initiative.
He remains highly involved in governmental works to this day. Some of his successful business ventures have include MediaPlatform, US Interactive (which he co-founded in 1998 and served as its director until 2001), Desktone, and SOA Software (which he founded in 1998). He is also the co-founder and current CEO of ServiceMesh Inc. As has been the director of Exist Corporation since 1999. In 2005, he became the director of Santa Monica Media Corporation.
This already very impressive list is only partial; Eric Pulier has been involved with many other companies and institutions throughout his career. For his many years of world class work in the industry, he was named on a list of the 30 top e-Visionaries in history. In addition to being a successful businessman, Pulier is a highly in demand public speaker and an author. He co-authored the book “Understanding Enterprise SOA,” an internationally respected work on service-oriented architecture.