Eric Pulier, the Co-Founder and CEO of the ServiceMesh, Inc. is an icon in the technology world. He started his programming career while in high school and to date has been developing software that has seen changes in many sectors of US from the medical world, education amongst other vital areas of life. He studied at Harvard University majoring in English and American literature, which made him an editor at The Harvard Crimson. In 1991, he established People Doing Things (PDT) a firm that dealt with using technology in health care and education. Later in 1994, he created interactive agency Digital Evolution and the Starbright World.
In 1997, Pulier having been chosen by the Presidential Inaugural Committee in the Presidential Technology Exhibition, showed his expertise in developing initiatives in health care and technology forums. He also featured in other initiatives like the Clinton Global Initiative. He has founded and co-founded other organizations like SOA Software, Desktone, US Media Interactive LLC, Akana and Media Platform.
His love for technology has seen him invited to various technology forums and conferences. He ranked as one of the 30 e-visionaries by VAR Business. In his charity work, Pulier was involved in Multiple Sclerosis Society by creating a platform that would address the condition. He also together with his team helped develop the first private social media network, Starbright World which would allow children with chronic illnesses connect online. He has served in other organizations which support vulnerable groups like the XPrize Foundation, Painted Turtle. He also created Starlight World, a game which would help children with diabetes get a clearer understanding of their condition.
vAtomic Systems, Pulier’s new venture has surprised the global market with how a minute macro element would have a great impact on the economy by digitizing commodities and transforming them into interactive digital experiences. Pulier believes in persistence, and that blockchain technology will change the nature of commerce.
Born in 1968 from Los Angeles, California, Eric Pulier is an established columnist, an entrepreneur, author, and a philanthropist. He has been a pillar in seeing small organizations in the media and technology industry grow tremendously.