Eric Pulier is a famous American entrepreneur, published author, technologist, philanthropist, and public speaker. He takes pride in creating numerous successful business ventures and has recently sold one of his companies for $350 million.
Eric is the co-author of Understanding Enterprise SOA publication. He is known for his innovative ideas, creativity, and success in the technology business. Mr. Erick believes that he can turn any small business idea into a successful venture with hundred millions dollars in returns.
Eric Pulier was born and raised in New Jersey. Based on his childhood life, there is no doubt that education was just a sharpening tool for his success in entrepreneurship. While at the fourth grade, Eric was already programming computers. By the time he was graduating high school, he had already launched a database computer company.
After high school studies, Eric joined Harvard University where he became the editor of The Havard Crimson, the school’s daily newspaper. Besides being the editor, Pulier also wrote insightful editorial pieces that are still available on his Harvard writer profile. After graduating in Havard, Pulier shifted to Los Angeles to pursue his dream.
Eric Pulier has established more than 15 companies so far. Among them is XPrice, which is considered to be the most revolutionary startup that put Pulier into the limelight. Akana is considered to be another revolutionary startup for Pulier. He launched the SOA software program and went ahead to acquire several other SOA vendors under his brand. He later sold Akana Company to Rogue Wave Software after running it for nearly fifteen years.
Mr. Pulier believes that success doesn’t just come; you have to strive for it. Eric believes in contributing his time and resources to society. He says that it gives purpose, peace, and joy. He also believes that real success comes when we invest into our goals, and that persistence is the key to creating anything successfully.
Eric Pulier has always encouraged young entrepreneurs to surround themselves with individuals who are better, smarter and more self-driven. He also encourages all aspiring entrepreneurs to believe in themselves as it is the only way to start building their dreams.