Springer-Miller promotes Selwah to president

Springer-Miller Systems promotes Robert Selwah to president and Michelle Young to VP, sales and marketing. Selwah now provides strategic and operational direction for the company’s suite of luxury-focused software solutions including the SMS|Host Property Management System and SpaSoft Spa and Wellness Management System.
 


Selwah joined Springer-Miller Systems in 2007 as a product development executive with more than 15 years of experience managing global software development divisions for KPMG and ACNielsen in Canada. Over the past nine years, Selwah has led the product, support and professional services operations.
 
With more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Young leads Springer-Miller’s global sales and marketing organization. Young joined the organization in 2010 and she has been focused on providing strategic vision and support to Springer-Miller clients around the globe. Her expertise includes front and back office property management systems, spa systems, point of sale, central reservations, web booking, distribution, and customer relationship management solutions. She has worked for industry leaders such as Panasonic, Lodgistix, Sulcus Hospitality, Wayport, Inc., Hotel Information Systems, and SoftBrands/Infor.
 
“Rob is a technology visionary who will ensure the vitality of Springer-Miller’s products into the future,” commented Michael McCarthy, CEO of Springer-Miller Systems. “Michelle’s unwavering commitment to our customers will continue to drive the growth of both sales and customer satisfaction.”

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