Many people might know Eric Pulier as a father of four kids who lives in Los Angeles. Some people might have known as while he is serving The Painted Turtle board. However, below are some of the other fields that he has ventured into and been successful in them.
His entrepreneurial success
XPrize emerges as one of Eric Pulier’s greatest investments. It consisted of various prizes and competitions for people who wished to achieve their best in life. His key objective behind this was helping determined youths, and adults get rewarded for achieving their dreams.
It is not the only accomplishment linked to Pulier; he has also invested in other fields such as Akana. Under this brand, Pulier founded the program of SOA Software where he gained various other SOA vendors in the 2000s. Currently, this company belongs to Roque Wave Software after buying it from Pulier. Before Pulier sold the firm, he had made it a powerful SOA solutions suite.
Eric’s published works
Understanding Enterprise SOA was among his great and knowledgeable books. He uses the book for delivering an easy-to-understand and concise introduction of SOA. Most people value the books due to its easy readability, relevance as well as in-depth insight. Pulier has also gained much popularity while he was writing for Forbes.
The Painted Turtle has been one of his famous philanthropy works. The Painted Turtle acted as a camp for children suffering from chronic illnesses. Pulier is the cloud operations VP under the firm. He has willingly dedicated both money and time for ensuring that children needing special medical attention can still benefit from the pleasant experience of the summer camp.
His compassion for children in need of special medical attention can also be seen in his Starbright World work. He invested his low-tech skills and his money to build a safe and secure platform related to social media which, was designed for children having chronic illnesses. Eric Pulier has led to a positive change in the world including his earliest investments to supporting special needs patients. He has a great vision of developing computing technology, assisting young entrepreneurs in their dreams as well as supporting others.