Who Is Eric Pulier?
Eric Pulier is a software inventor, entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist. He is also a published author who has co-authored a book and has contributed articles on technology to magazines.
As a businessman, Eric Pulier has helped create, co-found or finance over 15 different companies. The following is just a small sample of some of the firms that Eric Pulier helped establish. ServiceMesh, US Interactive, Akana, Desktone, Media Platform and the TM Forum are all companies that Eric Pulier has been heavily involved in creating.
Mr. Pulier has invested in venture capital companies such as Monitor Ventures and Trident Capital. He has also recently partnered with a venture capital firm that has several top technology and software companies in its portfolio. Eric Pulier actually invests his money into technology and media company startups in the form of seed money.
Eric Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School in the town of Teaneck, New Jersey just outside of New York City. He was at the top of his class when he graduated from high school. His high grades allowed him to apply and be admitted to Harvard University. Mr. Pulier studied a wide variety of subjects at Harvard. They included literature, environmental studies and computer science. Mr. Pulier officialy graduated from Harvard University in 1998 with a bachelors degree in English and American Literature with Magna Cum Laude.
During his studies at Harvard University, Eric Pulier was the editor of the school newspaper called the Harvard Crimson. He had his own weekly column at the Crimson called PulierLeg.
Eric Pulier co-authored a book called Understanding Enterprise SOA alongside Hugh Taylor. The book was published by Manning Publications. It describes how to piece together technology and business practices more efficiently by using service oriented architecture programs. Mr. Pulier has also written an article called the Enterprise Industrial Complex featured in Forbes Magazine.
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