Entrepreneur is just one of the many words that could describe Eric Pulier in addition to technologist, author, and philanthropist. The Jersey-born Harvard grad began creating successful start-ups as a teen in the 1980s when he founded a database computer company. Later Pulier established one of the most sweeping start-ups ever: XPrize, a competition to find the world’s greatest entrepreneurs who can innovatively tackle the planet’s most persistent problems.
Prior to his success with XPrize, Pulier was building his resume to include founding or co-founding other ventures such as Service Mesh Inc., Media Platform Inc., Akana, US Interactive Inc., and Digital Evolution. Most recently, he has founded FLF. This savvy pacesetter also has a number of patents filed ranging from virtual object tracking to web managing services.
In addition to being a notable entrepreneur and venture capitalists, Pulier is actively involved in the philanthropic community. A father of four, Pulier’s charitable endeavors comprise of organizations catering to physically impaired and chronically ill children or seek to provide financial freedom to college students.
With his wealth of knowledge and experience, Pulier has set out to educate others and has published extensively on how business people or technologists can build their enterprises. Publications included his 2005 book co-written with Hugh Taylor titled Understanding Enterprise SOA, and penned a premier article in the March 2012 issue of Forbes Magazine titled “The Enterprise Industrial Complex.”
Eric Pulier has already left an impression on the world and has no plans to stop for his future undertakings include facilitating others reach their potential, continuing to empower ideas via assisting start-ups a, and further developing computer technology.