Who is Andreas Schneider-Neureither? Andreas Schneider-Neureither Bio/Wiki
The boss and founder of SNP Schneider-Neureither und Partner, an IT company, is dead. Andreas Schneider-Neureither “suddenly and unexpectedly died” at the age of 56 on Monday night, the Heidelberg company said. He leaves his wife and four children behind.
Schneider-Neureither studied physics and worked with a professorship, but since he felt it would accomplish more, he settled on entrepreneurship. He created an IT specialist in 1994 that assists clients in changing IT environments-for example, after takeovers or when implementing a new SAP system.
He was 56 years old.
The face of the business he founded in 1994 was Schneider-Neureither, which now has more than 1400 employees. The business that sells tools for digital transformation processes has expanded dramatically under his leadership.
For follow-up debates, it is too early, said a spokesperson. SNP is well placed in the management team, however. After a revenue rise in the third quarter, SNP reiterated its annual targets last week.
The SNP has not announced how Schneider-Neureither died. After the announcement, the SNP share fell deeper into the red and lost 11 percent, while the SDax small-value index in which the paper is listed gained about 0.7 percent. The company’s founder most recently owned 19 percent of the company, which since March has been listed in the SDax.