From tech genius to entrepreneurial success; the story of Eric Pulier

There are people who wait till late into their teens and even beyond before they discover what their passion is. Eric Pulier was lucky enough to realize that he was an IT brain when he was just in the fourth grade. So impressive was his talent that he was performing basic programming at this age. It is from this foundation that he has gone on to become an innovator, entrepreneur and business leader.

Eric was born in Teaneck New Jersey. He is the founder and CEO of ServiceMesh company. Before he joined this company, he was working as a cloud manager with the Computer Services Corporation. He founded his company to try and solve many of the IT problems that have been dogging businesses both internally and externally.

Eric has been interested in owning business outfits for most of his life as an adult. His first attempt to the creation of a company was when he was a high school student. When he graduated high school, he did well and got admission into Harvard to major in English and Literature.

After his graduation in 1988, he worked a few odd jobs and then decided to move to California. He started his own Company aimed at solving the problems that existed between the sectors of education, health care and other government services. After 3 years, he went ahead to start Digital Evolution, whose aim was to foster interaction. At the same time, he started an online community known as StarBright where terminally ill kids meet and share their journey.

He was a part of the Al Gore campaign in 199. He gave Al Gore counsel on matters related to Health care and especially technology’s role in the industry. He also participated in the Clinton Foundation.

Eric is also an author of several books. The far he has come has been due to discipline and focus and he hopes to do better as time gets by.

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