Eric was born in New Jersey. As a young boy, he surprised everyone with his extensive knowledge in technology. When he was in the fourth-grade, Pulier began programming computers. While completing high school in 1984, Eric was already running a database computer company. He went on to enroll in the prestigious Harvard University. While pursuing his studies, he served as the editor of the school’s newspaper, The Harvard Crimson. Notably, Eric wrote a column on the newspaper.
Over the years, the shrewd entrepreneur benefited the many companies that he has co-founded and founded. Eric is affiliated with Digital Evolution, Media Platform, U.S. Interactive, the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, Akana, ServiceMesh and Desktone. As a venture capitalist, Pulier has invested in various organizations, including Monitor Ventures, eCompanies and Trident Capital. He has also been heavily involved in funding numerous seed level startups in technology media. Owing to his extensive experience, the father of four has been entrusted by different companies to serve on their boards. Presently, he sits on the boards of XPRIZE Foundation and The Painted Turtle, a renowned summer camp that caters for children having chronic illness.
Pulier was at the center of building and running the “Bridge to the 21st Century” for the commemoration of Al Gore and Bill Clinton’s 2nd inauguration. Many people attended the event. The attendees included members of the senate, congress and the Supreme Court. Almost all the news station featured him as he described the event through the exhibit tents. For purposes of ensuring that exponential technologies of the not-distant future are seen, Eric segmented the exhibit into different categories. He created healthcare division, community, government, entertainment, education, the environment, space exploration and family. The success of the entire event was anchored on Pulier’s efforts in raising funds through personal and corporate donations.
Eric is a committed philanthropist. He has been using technology to provide solutions in the intractable problems affecting the less fortunate members of the community and physically impaired children in the United States and around the globe. Pulier has been honored for his contribution in enhancing technical innovation to the various healthcare needs in Africa. In addition, Pulier published “The Entire Industrial Complex” in 2012 and “Understanding Enterprise SOA” in 2005.