How Eric Pulier Is Changing the Technology Industry
It takes a lot of work to be a great technologist but how does a technologist know how good he/she is? It is arguably easy for doctors to know if they are good at what they do or not. Does the sick patient live or not? Does the paralyzed man or woman walk or not? Does the broken bone heal or not? But how does a technologist know they are good at what they do? Eric Pulier, for example, is a great technologist whose accomplishment in the industry proves it all.
Eric Pulier is well-known as one of the leading and most successful entrepreneurs in enterprise technology and government. He has founded and co-founded more than 20 companies that are renowned in the technology industry. He is an active investor in several seed level startups in technology and media, raising hundreds of million of dollars for the ventures. The companies Pulier has co-founded or founded include the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, Media Platform, ServiceMesh, Desktone, Akana, US Interactive and Digital Evolution.
Mr. Pulier was astute in technology from a young age, and he started programming computers while in fourth grade. He even founded a database computer company in high school. After graduating from Harvard University, Pulier relocated to Los Angeles where he established People Doing Things in 1991. PDT was a company that addressed issues to do with education, health care among others with the use of technology. Since then, Mr. Pulier has founded several technology companies.
Not only is Eric Pulier a technologist and entrepreneur but he is also a public speaker, columnist and published author. Mr. Pulier has written several books such as Understanding Enterprise SOA with co-author Hugh Taylor. The book gives young entrepreneurs insight on service offering and how to view technology differently. He also wrote The Enterprise Industrial Complex on the Forbes Magazine in 2012. Pulier is also a public speaker at premier technology conferences across the world and VAR Business named him one of 30 e-Visionaries.