An excellent tool for realizing your strategic vision
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 28, 2018

An excellent tool for realizing your strategic vision

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Aha!

Aha is being used by our Product team to help us prioritize work efforts and initiatives across our organization. It is an essential tool for our strategic roadmap efforts.
  • Roadmap and strategic planning. It is an essential tool for product management.
  • It has near limitless customization capability.
  • The ability to create custom reports and dashboards make it a major strength in a broader adoption in our own organization
  • I think Aha tries to do too much at times. It tries a bit too hard to handle project management as well as product management and as a result can often fall short.
  • Since everything is customized, it is hard to really get the initial implementation correct, even with Enterprise onboarding support.
  • There needs to be some serious work and training around how the integrations with Trello, JIRA, and other essential tools work as it is hard to understand them in a way to explain to our own IT teams and it has caused confusion.
  • 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.
We selected Aha over the other options as our specific goal and need was to align as a Product Management team across all our lines of business. While other products did well, the customized abilities of Aha, price points, and Atlassian integration tools made it a clear choice.
I would specifically recommend Aha when the need is around roadmapping and the ability to outline strategic priorities and goals. However, it is less suited for project based work and that is often conflated into product management tools. It also lacks resource management, which is why the focus should be strictly with strategic planning.