Eric Pulier suffered some disappointment when he built a high quality cloud enterprise platform known as ServiceMesh only to find out it was not going to be incorporated in the buying company’s product suite the way he had hoped. But he decided to do something better by starting a new company known as vAtomic Systems, a mobile app based company that would explore how to disrupt mainstream industries just as Uber was already doing. According to Ideamensch, Pulier says this company will be researching gaming technology and putting it to work in the new apps they develop, and he’s excited about how new economic developments such as bitcoin and blockchain technology are going to work with this company.
Eric Pulier currently resides in Los Angeles but was born in Teaneck, NJ. He started taking on computers full force when he was still only in elementary school. He graduated magana cum laude from Harvard University with a bachelor’s in English and American literature while also holding a dual degree in computer science from MIT. He began his IT career as the founder of People Doing Things which eventually merged into Digital Evolution, a company that served all kinds of clients from motion picture production companies to automotive companies. He later became Chairman of US Interactive and while there started designing and building SOA-based software companies. His most notable developments besides ServiceMesh also include Akana, Desktone and Media Platform.
Eric Pulier not only advised and consulted for IT companies such as Microsoft, he also worked with the government and became respected by the Clinton Administration. He was appointed by President Bill Clinton’s Inaugural Committee in 1997 to head up the Presidential Technology Exhibition which included “Bridge to the 21st Century” and a live feed to the space shuttle. He was also a founding member of Starbright World, a foundation that built an interactive media system at many children’s hospitals. He also became a member of the Enterprise Leadership Council and is on the Board of Innovation at XPrize, a competition for young scientific-minded people. For more info about us: https://growthhackers.com/members/ericpulier click here.