Klaus Tschira & family Net Worth

Klaus Tschira, one of four co-founders of the software giant SAP, passed away on March 31, 2015 at the age of 74. He and three others from IBM founded SAP in 1972 and it went public in 1988. Tschira retired from the company in 1998 but stayed on the supervisory board until 2007. In 1995, he set up a charitable foundation to promote scientific research. His legacy lives on in the form of an asteroid named after him, a testament to his dreams of exploring beyond Earth.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day December 07, 1940
Birth Place Germany
Died On 31 March 2015(2015-03-31) (aged 74)\nHeidelberg, Germany
Birth Sign Capricorn
Education University of Karlsruhe
Known for Co-founder of SAP AG
Children Udo Tschira Harald Tschira

💰 Net worth: $8.6 Billion

Klaus Tschira, along with his family, is a prominent figure in the technology sector in Germany. Tschira and his family have contributed significantly to the advancement of technology and scientific research in their country. As of 2023, their net worth is estimated to be an impressive $8.6 billion. This tremendous wealth is a testament to their successful ventures and investments in various technology-related industries. The Tschira family's influence and expertise in technology have made them renowned figures in Germany's business and innovation landscape.

2010 $1.5 Billion
2011 $2 Billion
2012 $2.9 Billion
2013 $7.5 Billion
2014 $7.5 Billion
2015 $8.6 Billion
2018 $8.6 Billion

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After gaining his Diplom in physics and working at IBM, Tschira co-founded the German software giant SAP AG in 1972 in Mannheim, Germany together with Hans-Werner Hector, Dietmar Hopp, Hasso Plattner and Claus Wellenreuther. From 1998 to 2007, he was a board member at SAP. He was married to Gerda Tschira and had two sons, Harald and Udo.


The Klaus Tschira Foundation (KTF) was established by Tschira in 1995 as a non-profit organization. Its primary objective is to support projects in natural and computer sciences as well as mathematics. The KTF places strong emphasis on public understanding in these fields. Tschira's commitment to this objective was honored in 1999 with the "Deutscher Stifterpreis" by the German National Academic Foundation (German: Studienstiftung). The KTF is located at the Villa Bosch in Heidelberg, Germany, the former residence of Nobel Prize laureate for chemistry Carl Bosch (1874–1940).


In 2008, Tschira and his wife Gerda founded the Gerda and Klaus Tschira Foundation.