The first appearance of enterprise cell phone and computer systems occurred during the Clinton administration, and I read about it when seeing that Eric Pulier was named to the Y2K transition committee. I did not envy him at all, but I was quite pleased to find his enterprise technology. Our company was one of the first in our industry to implement the technology, and we ensured that everyone at our company was connected. This article explains how I have followed Eric’s career with great interest since the beginning.
#1: I Remember His First Enterprise System
I remember the first enterprise system we installed, and I was pleased to see something that seamlessly integrated something that was once expensive and difficult to manage. I hired several people to watch over our company’s communications, and we were drowning before Eric came along. We have upgraded with every new improvement, and I could not be more grateful.
#2: Eric Moved On
I have to admit I was impressed with Eric moved into entrepreneurship, consultancy and advocacy. I have seen reports of the X Prize committee where Eric serves, and I am quite impressed with the technology he oversees at every meeting. I once saw that he asks every presenter to explain a real-life application for their work, and he runs a nonprofit that helps entrepreneurs get their ideas to market quickly.
#3: Beginning By Helping Kids
I read long ago that Eric started out in technology as an advocate for children with disabilities. Our family has been blessed with good health, but it warmed my heart to see devices helping children instead of businesses. We will make money every day, but I enjoy seeing children learning no matter what their shortcomings are.
Following Eric’s career was a wise choice on my part. I am learning every day from a man I have never met about expanding my career far beyond the singular point where I started.
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