Amy first joined Kidderminster in 2004 in an administrative role and has held various sales and account management positions.
In her new senior role, she will be responsible for developing and managing relationships with the company’s Pegasus software customers, spanning manufacturing, construction, logistics and finance.
Susan Marlow, Managing Director of Minster Micro, said, “For nearly two decades, Amy has built great relationships with our customers and has also led countless successful projects behind the scenes.
“She is unique as she has left the company twice to start a family and raise her children. We have fully supported these changes as we are also a family business and understand the importance of supporting our own employees.
“His promotion to a leadership position is well deserved and comes as we continue to grow locally, regionally and nationally. Her technical knowledge and relationship with our clients are top notch and she is already making a huge impact in her new role.
Amy Mobbs added: “Step into my new role is a significant moment in my career here at Minster Micro and I look forward to truly seizing this opportunity, making an impact and developing my skills in the months and years to come. come.
“I see the business as an extension of my own family and the support I have received over the years has been wonderful.”
Amy’s promotion follows last month’s announcement that Minster Micro had appointed experienced technology specialist Simon Edwards as chief operating officer.
Minster Micro provides accounts and payroll software as an award-winning Pegasus enterprise software provider. It also partners with industry giants Microsoft and HP to help provide a variety of IT support and training services.