There are a few people in the world who can do a couple of things and be great in all of them. Eric Pulier is one among the elite. This entrepreneur is a multi-faceted and accomplished business executive, author, IT guru, and most importantly a philanthropist. In all these aspects of his life, Erick has been able to live a permanent impact on the lives of people.
Eric Pulier was born and brought up in Teaneck, New Jersey and attended Teaneck high school. Mr. Pulier developed a fascination for computers at a very tender age and while in his fourth year of high school, he inaugurated his first ever company, a database firm. Eric’s dream in the IT industry was even fueled when got the chance to join Harvard University to pursue a degree in English and American Literature. He also picked up Computer Science which he studied on part-time basis as well as being a member of the college’s magazine’s editorial team.
After graduation, Mr. Pulier was well equipped with enough skills to conquer the world. Instead of looking for job opportunities in his hometown, Eric migrated to Los Angeles where he formed People Doing Things, a technological company that sought to offers solutions to the educational problems affecting the society. With the success of this company, Erick went ahead and formed a Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Akana, and Desktone among others that have performed well in the industry.
When it comes to publishing sector, Eric has authored a number of books and articles. His greatest works include “Understanding Enterprise SOA,” a book he co-authored in 2005 and an article “The Enterprise Industrial Complex,” that was published by Forbes Magazine.
Eric Pulier is passionate about giving and philanthropy. His philanthropic activities are precisely centered on children living with chronic diseases. The Painted Turtle, for instance, seeks to redecorate the lives of children with terminal illness by giving them a lifetime camping experience. Mr. Erick ensures this is so by supplying the organization with funds and social amenities they need. He also gives his time by camping and tending to the needs of these children.