Truth be told, the society is looking up to Harvard graduates and expects a lot from them. Harvard graduates are supposed to be people who will elevate the society and culture into a new level of success and accomplishment. That is precisely what the world expects of Eric Pulier, and he has not failed.
Eric Pulier is a popular entrepreneur based in the United States. Pulier is an accomplished author and a philanthropist. Born in New Jersey, Pulier has founded and cofounded several early and seed stage ventures. He has a special interest in computer. Pulier started programming computers at a tender age. With the help of his parents, he was able to start a database computer company before he cleared his high school education.
Right after high school, Pulier went the Harvard University where he majored in American Literature and English. He graduated in the year 1988 and landed a job as an editor. He wrote a column in the Harvard Crimson. Mr. Pulier later relocated to Los Angeles in 1991 and started his company – People Doing Things. People Doing Things specializes in matters related to education and healthcare.
In 1988, the company merged with US Interactive. The successful entrepreneur also played a role in founding Starbright World, a private social network that focuses on kids who are chronically ill. Starbright World provides young people who are chronically ill with a platform in which they can chat, post important things and meet others who share the same ordeals.
The platform has proven very useful in ensuring that the children live happy and fulfilling lives. Pulier also serves as a board member for the Painted Turtle – a camp for children with chronic illnesses. In 1997, the Clinton Administration nominated Pulier to execute the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington, DC. Through this work, Pulier had the chance to work with visionary leaders like Al Gore on technology and healthcare issues.
Mr. Pulier is also a philanthropist and has taken part in very many charity causes.
DIVERSANT is certified as an MBE (Minority Owned Business Enterprise). Today, it prides itself as one of the largest IT staffing firms that is wholly owned by African-Americans. It offers a wide range of state-of-the-art diversity and IT staffing products that are scalable.
DIVERSANT has managed to secure several top clients some of whom are Fortune 500 companies. The company provides all its clients, irrespective of size, with equal professional courtesy. It specializes in providing IT staffing on a permanent, contingent and contractual basis as per the needs of its clients.
The company uses transformative ideas to come up with excellent products and services that meet and exceed the needs of its customers. It utilizes an effective consultative approach that has proven quite effective in engaging its clients as business partners rather than simply customers. This approach has helped the company solve several critical issues that affect its client-customer relationship.
Just like the company’s name proposes, DIVERSANT believes in creating diversity that leads to bigger opportunities for all its partners, consultants and customers alike. It is no wonder that the company has a strong team-driven approach to all its activities.
What’s more, the company encourages creative thinking, problem solving prowess, and fosters innovation. This allows it to remain ahead of its competitors in the cut-throat IT staffing market. It also encourages the forging of strong bonds with the local communities enabling it to further connect to different markets.
John Goullet is the Principal executive of DIVERSANT. He is a successful entrepreneur who has been instrumental in the development of several successful ventures including Info Technologies that later merged with DIVERSANT Inc. to form DIVERSANT. Info Technologies was recognized as one of the fastest growing private firms in America. Goullet initially started his career in IT consulting before switching over to IT staffing back in 1994. Today, he passionately develops new ways of solving critical challenges that face the IT marketplace.
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