Eric Pulier is a brilliant and a multi-faceted businessman, philanthropist, and published author. Over the years, he has worked hard to transform lives across the globe. Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984 before joining Harvard University. In 1988, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American Literature. Pulier has been assisting the economically disadvantaged people across the world. He has also been at the forefront of helping children having chronic diseases through technological innovation.
Pulier is a founder of over 15 companies, including Media Platform, Digital Evolution, ServiceMesh, Desktone and Akana. He is also affiliated with the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Forum. Pulier has raised millions of dollars for the various business that he has incorporated and co-founded. In addition, Eric has invested in several capital funds. Pulier partners with different charitable organizations and venture capital groups to support various community initiatives. He is an active investor in seed level start-ups, especially those that focus on technology and media. Majority of the startups that Pulier has supported are operating as going concerns.
While speaking on the origin of the idea behind vAtomic Systems, Pulier noted that when considerable market trends converge, they lead to a disruptive opportunity. According to him, this situation changes the economy and the way that people live. He pointed out that when definite factors emerge, they quickly become staples of daily life. Pulier regards Uber as a good example of the companies that have embraced this strategy. The company has been successful owing to the proliferation of smart-phones that are GPS enabled. Additionally, the entity uses Google Maps AOIs. Notably, low cost cloud computing has played an integral role in the success of the company. Moreover, the three elements combined to transform the transportation industry.
With his new venture, vAtomics Systems, it became evident that macro elements were impacting the economy by offering digital goods out of games. These elements comprises proven game mechanics, mobile GPS, digital goods trading, and block chair technology. As an author, Eric Pulier has written different articles, including Understanding Enterprise SOA that was published in 2005. Additionally, his article titled “The Enterprise Industrial Complex” was featured in Forbes Magazine’s March 2012 issue. Eric is the managing director of FLF, a company that he founded in 2015.