There is no question that Eric Pulier has an impressive resume and has come in contact with a lot of different people. Indeed, his impressive resume could even mention the fact that he played a large contribution to the second presidential inauguration of Bill Clinton and Al Gore. He designed the “technology bridge to the 21st century” display on the mall in Washington for this important event. Of course, Pulier’s career contribution are not just limited to politics. He has also contributed in other ways.
These would include serving as the chairman and chief executive officer of SOA Software, Inc. from July 1995 to July 1998 and then serving as the chief technological officer of the company from July 1998 to May 1999. If that weren’t impressive enough he has also established himself as a pioneer in the software electronics management field for over two decades.
The evidence of this speaks for itself simply because of the fact that Pulier has founded or co-founded a number of important companies. These would include co-founding Interactive Video Technology in 1998. While he was at it, Pulier also founded Desktone in 2007, which is now a subsidiary of VMware, Inc. If that alone was the scope of how many companies Pulier has founded, it would greatly highlight his huge organizational skills. However, he has more to add to his resume.
He has also served as a director for a number of different companies, including Santa Monica Media Corporation since 2005 and director of MPOD, Inc from 1998 to 2001. Pulier also current serves as executive director of the Enterprise Leadership Council. Finally, Pulier has also served as director for ArtistDirect.
There is no question that Eric Pulier has led the way not only in having a career that others could only envy but has shown himself to be a solid community leader in his philanthropic pursuits as well. Pulier’s has the know-how to make his world a better place for now and generations to come.