Eric Pulier: Philanthropist, Entrepreneur and Author

Eric Pulier is notably a technology entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author. Raised in Teaneck New Jersey. Eric was in the fourth grade when he learned to program. While in High school, he founded a computer database company. Currently he resides in Los Angeles California, with his four children. Eric has contributed to many technology businesses and start-ups, but that’s not all. Eric is a self-made millionaire as he has founded the majority of his own success.

Eric Pulier is a good example of a Philanthropist. Philanthropy means, “love of humanity”. A philanthropist is anyone who actively invests time and/or resources into charitable causes. In his early years, Pulier ran a team that programmed an educational media software for patients with Multiple Sclerosis. This type of the program teaches patients about the Multiple Sclerosis disease. He also developed a peripheral beam keyboard. This hardware is built for users with insufficient motor control to be able to type.

Similarly to Philanthropy, Eric is also recognized for his writing. Pulier has a published book out titled, Understanding Enterprise: SOA. Service-oriented architecture is a business-centered IT approach that integrates core business as repeatable, linked tasks that take place over a network. Pulier also has a published article in Forbes Magazine titled, The Enterprise-Industrial Complex. This composition draws similarities between the Military Industrial Complex of the Cold War and the current displacing nature of cloud computing in regards to other businesses.

In all, Eric Pulier is greatly recognized not only for his business success but also for his contributions to both writing and information technology. One things for certain, being an author, philanthropist, public speaker, and entrepreneur is no easy act to follow. However in the end, Pulier is a remarkable leader and provides an inspiring example for all those wanting to achieve the same success.