Aha! Analyst and Press Highlights
August 14, 2013

Aha! Analyst and Press Highlights

by Brian de Haaff

If you have tried to build a minimum viable product (MVP) and ended up with unsatisfactory software that customers don’t want, it might be time for an Aha! moment. This week we opened up Aha! to you and every product manager and engineer trying to get their mojo back.

We talked with a bunch of folks about Aha! and you can check out a few of the great articles that were written about our new roadmapping software.

PCWorld “There’s a new tool available for software development projects. Aha! is designed to help define a product roadmap and enable collaboration to keep the project humming along smoothly.”

TechWorld New SaaS startup Aha! aims to make building great products easier “In addition to drawing up product roadmaps and being the “system of record for features and requirements”, Aha! can make product strategy visible for team members and management. Particular features of a product can be mapped against elements of the underlying strategy.”

Dr. Dobbs “Cloud-based engineering software company Aha! has launched a new roadmapping tool to help product strategy teams build visual roadmaps and articulate product features. The company aims to combat software sins such as “squishy communication” by providing a tool to explain product vision and detail requirements so engineering knows what to build next.”

Network Computing Aha! Aims To Streamline Product Roadmapping “One particular aim Aha! has is to provide product managers with a single tool that replaces others they might be using to manage their software development projects–such as Word, Excel and Dropbox–that create files scattered across computers and the cloud. It can also work with bug and issue tracking software such as Jira, enabling product managers to set strategy, releases and features in Aha! and then send them to Jira, which in turn will update back to Aha!”

Brian de Haaff

Brian de Haaff

Brian seeks business and wilderness adventure. He is the co-founder and CEO of Aha! — the world’s #1 product development software — and the author of the bestseller Lovability and The Startup Adventure newsletter. Brian writes and speaks about product and company growth and the journey of pursuing a meaningful life.

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