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Score 8.4 out of 101
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Score 8.4 out of 101

Likelihood to Recommend

Aha!

  • Aha! is the all around product management tool. You need something once you build out a product management role and grow beyond a small scrum team with one or two products. JIRA, Pivotal, and project management tools don't cut it for aligning [engineering] with product initiatives once the backlog starts to scale.
  • On the other hand, there are several unfinished features that my peers all admit to having to work around: Capacity Planning, Salesforce Integration, Roadmap Display Flexibility, User Feedback, etc. This year has been all about reporting in terms of feature releases. As Aha! grows, they will fill in these other areas, so stay tuned.
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Pivotal Tracker

Pivotal Tracker is a great value for the money. If you're strapped for cash and have to work with smaller budgets, this is the right app for you. The support team is great and responsive and the product is easy to pick up and use for your team. It's great to have visibility on your product backlog.
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Pros

Aha!

  • Roadmapping
  • Feature creation and management
  • Integration with other development platforms
  • Visualizations of project timelines
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Pivotal Tracker

  • Track Projects; this system allows you to create multiple projects for different large tasks. This is easily labeled and displayed for ease of use and identifying.
  • Multi-user assignment; I can assign a task to multiple team members at a time. This works well when they are working together to make a deadline and letting everyone in the team know where they are at.
  • History tracking; When it came down to auditing time, the history tracking and exporting has been a fantastic tool. We were able to export our notes into a readable Excel format for documentation submission.
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Cons

Aha!

  • The system administrator interface is somewhat clunky.
  • Difficult to manage initiatives visualization for larger organizations that create many of them.
  • Difficult to track released products by feature content.
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Pivotal Tracker

  • Used to have a newsfeed-type feature with all the updates from the previous day. They removed it. I liked getting a snapchat of what changed from before.
  • When signing up for email alerts, can be inundated with emails for every change to the status of a story.
  • Communication on stories through the comment section can be a little difficult, and not very organized.
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Likelihood to Renew

Aha!

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Pivotal Tracker

Pivotal Tracker 10.0
Based on 1 answer
I love the simplicity, non-configurability, and price/performance of this tool. Hands down my favorite project management tool for agile.
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Usability

Aha!

Aha! 6.0
Based on 1 answer
The functionality is there, but it's intimidating to learn.
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Pivotal Tracker

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Support

Aha!

Aha! 10.0
Based on 1 answer
Support always answered in 24 hours for any inquiry-- a reasonable timeframe for most of our requests. The PM team participated actively in supporting their features, keeping them close to the product.
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Pivotal Tracker

Pivotal Tracker 10.0
Based on 1 answer
Super fast turn around time
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Alternatives Considered

Aha!

Aha! definitely does more than either Pivotal Tracker or JIRA. We still use JIRA to track tasks by department, but for strategy everything is in Aha! and aligns all of our other project/task trackers including integrating with Salesforce so we're able to work within every departments' preferred solution and see progress without necessarily having to check with everyone involved in a project.
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Pivotal Tracker

I personally prefer Pivotal Tracker to Trello, but Trello has it's advantages. Trello, through its card system, allows for more organization at a more specific level than Pivotal Tracker does. Pivotal Tracker has better bug tracking with its status updates, and gives a project manager a better idea of the state of a story.
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Return on Investment

Aha!

  • We are still within the first year and have yet to be able to measure ROI specifically, but the broad team has been really supportive of the adoption.
  • There is clear potential in Aha to be used more broadly than we do now, and we have already expanded it's use into other parts of our Product Team.
  • The integration work is the current roadblock, but once that is ironed out with the help of Aha support, we should be good to go.
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Pivotal Tracker

  • It has kept us more organised and gives us a central place to reference sprints
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Pricing Details

Aha!

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Aha! Editions & Modules

Aha!
Edition
Premium
$591
Enterprise
$992
Enterprise+
$1492
1. user/month
2. product owner or contributor/month
Additional Pricing Details

Pivotal Tracker

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Pivotal Tracker Editions & Modules

Pivotal Tracker
Additional Pricing Details

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