Creation, Dedication, Innovation: Eric Pulier

Technology is a billion dollar industry by itself. It is also one of the most exciting fields to enter for men and women. Just about every type of device or equipment is some form of technology in it. Technology plays a critical role in society overall whether it’s for entertainment or practical reasons. Though you may not know the person who’s about to be introduced, this guy has used technology to progress man-kind. Eric Pulier is his name and getting things done is his game. Eric Pulier is similar to man on a mission.

Pulier attended Harvard University between the years of 1984-1988. He majored in English/American Literature while being the editor and column writer for the school’s daily newspaper known as “The Harvard Crimson.” Pulier had a jam packed schedule especially when comparing it to other individuals his age, but he always seem to get things done. This guy also took classes at the prestigious MIT and by 1988 he would graduate magna cum laude. California was his next stop and here is where he would begin his professional career. Eric Pulier was finally out of school and he soon went to work by founding a company called “People Doing Things.” This company used technology in the healthcare and education fields to solve intractable problems. This was the inception as Pulier would go on to be a founder of Service Mesh Inc, Digital Evolution, XPRIZE, FLY, Akana Software, U.S Interactive, Desktone Inc, and many more.

This brilliant minded individual sold his last company for a whopping $350 Million. That’s right! Besides his ability as a successful founder, Eric Pulier has been involved in government, education, business, and healthcare. His lasting impression is more of an imprint as he’s stamped out a true means to success.

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