Business Mogul Eric Pulier


Posted by LLJ43 | Posted in Information Technology, technology | Posted on 05-08-2017


If you haven’t heard of Eric Pulier, he has been hailed as a tremendous influence on the world of technology; Pulier has written articles for renowned publications like Forbes and the Harvard Crimson, and in addition, has co-authored “Understanding Enterprise SOA” which is a delineation of service oriented architecture. Eric Pulier is a Harvard University alumnus with an extensive track record of successful, and enterprising, business ventures. According to CrunchBase, a leading platform to discover innovative companies, Pulier started his first company,”People Doing Things,” three years after graduating from Harvard. It was a business predicated on educational and medical technology.


Eric Pulier has been recognized as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in government, as well as enterprise-technology. In 1997, Eric Pulier selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to create and execute the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington, D.C. Soon after, Pulier became an advisor to the Vice President on National Health Care initiatives for the Family Reunion Conference. Pulier has been referred to, in certain circles, as a “serial entrepreneur; he served as Director of U.S. Interactive Corp, a software services company from 1998 to 2001, and served as Director of Santa Monica Media Corporation since June 2005.


Pulier has received a number of praises for his business acumen; in fact, he was named one of 30 e-Visionaries by VAR Business and has been hailed as a popular public speaker at premier technology conferences around the world. Not one to rest on his laurels, Eric has now set his sights on vAtomic Systems; founded in 2015, vAtomic Systems is a business model intended to facilitate disruptive opportunities that can transform the economy and the way that we live. According to, a community supported resource for entrepreneurs, vAtomic intends to leverage exponential advances in cloud computing, mobile devices, and consensus ledger technology to provide a level of end-user experience, authenticity, and trust never before possible.

Pulier’s equates this latest business endeavor with the ride-sharing company Uber. Basically, leverage cloud computing and other existing platforms to create a niche market and disrupt the status quo. If past success is indicative of future results, vAtomic will be another feather in Eric Pulier’s cap.

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