Eric Pulier: A Man of Diverse Capabilities

Eric Pulier is a successful individual who has created an outstanding reputation through his involvement in diverse fields or roles. As so, he is an accomplished columnist, published author, philanthropist, entrepreneur, businessperson and entrepreneur.


As a businessperson, Eric Pulier has funded, founded as well as co-founded many ventures. ServiceMesh, Akana, Evolution, Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, Digital Evolution, Media Platform and US Interactive are some of the ventures that boast of Pulier’s involvement.

Pulier is also known as a venture capitalist due to his investment in various entities including Monitor Ventures, eCompanies, and Trident Capital. He also boasts of active investments in seed level startups in both the technology and media sector.


Pulier has established a name for himself in the philanthropic spectrum due to his support for charitable efforts. However, his philanthropic involvement is channeled towards initiatives that utilize technology to solve issues affecting communities that are economically disadvantaged as well as physically impaired children in the United States and around the globe.

He is acknowledged for creating one of the very first multimedia educational programs aimed at teaching individuals who have multiple sclerosis about the ailment. He did this to support the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Further, he was highly honored at the US Doctors for Africa benefit occasion, which was held in New York City. In the presence of donor/paid attendees, Pulier was acknowledged for his effort in delivering technical innovation geared to meeting the healthcare needs in Africa.

In the past, Pulier was a Clinton Global Initiative’s member. He spearheaded the follow-up exploration of an initiative aimed at providing affordable cloud-computing resources to less-served communities. Currently, he is a Painted Turtle board member. The Painted Turtle Camp was established with the aim of providing a camp destination for children suffering from chronic and other life-threatening illnesses.


Pulier published The Enterprise Industrial Complex on Forbes Magazine in March 2012.Previously in 2005, he had authored a book known as Understanding Enterprise SOA through the assistance of Hugh Taylor, his co-author. The book gives business people and technologists a clear picture of issues and how they interdepend on each other. The information on the book is derived from experiences witnessed by real companies in different sectors.