Eric Pulier is the founder and the CEO of ServiceMesh, Inc. He founded the company when he discovered that there was need to supply reliable and affordable IT solutions both internally and externally. Before he started his own company, he had been a cloud manager for the Computer Services Corporation for a long time.
Eric was born and raised in Teaneck, New Jersey. He grew up during an era when computers were becoming the best new invention and he was taken by it as soon as he was introduced to them. By the time he was a grade four student, he was already doing some rudimentary level of computer programming. Then he finished his high school and was admitted to Harvard where he was to major in English and Literature. Even though he was majoring in language, he still had a passion for the social sciences, which is why he decided to register for technical classes at MIT. He graduated with honors from both colleges in 1988. While he was at Harvard, he served as the editor and columnist of the Harvard Crimson.
After working a few entry level jobs where he was, he decided that he wanted to take things to the next level and packed up for California. When he got there, he decided that he wanted to start his own company to resolve common issues in the educational and health sector. He worked on the company for three years before he decided that he wanted to sell it. After making the sale, he decided to start another company and named it Digital Evolution. The company is an interactive agency. Eric feels very strongly about philanthropy. He started an online forum where children with chronic conditions can meet, interact and share their stories.
Eric Pulier is also a prolific writer. He has written a number of books on economics and investing. Eric Pulier was also part of the team that was trying to make a connection between the provision of great healthcare services and the introduction of IT to the system. He is truly inspirational in the field.