Achieve greatness with Aha!
Learn how businesses from startups to global leaders use Aha! to set strategy and create breakthrough innovations
2U used Aha! to plan and execute their online education platform in a more cohesive process.
Acquia delivered an innovative digital experience by enabling their team to focus on product strategy.
Acrobatiq built custom scorecards to prioritize features and increase value for their learning analytics platform.
Addgene integrated their Jira instance with Aha! to manage both the granular work and bigger picture.
AAA created a sustainable, transformative customer experience by using Aha! to align around initiatives.
Aperture connected Aha! with Azure DevOps to funnel work from ideation to development with consistency.
Apogy customized Aha! to serve as their single source of truth for product information.
Aquicore aligned business metrics with a modern approach to roadmapping.
Astucemedia created a seamless feedback loop with the senior management team using an Aha! ideas portal.
Atlas Medical replaced an old ticketing process and implemented Aha! as the single source for all roadmap updates.
AutoScout24 overhauled a disjointed planning process and consolidated client engagements in one place.
Avadyne Health integrated Aha! with Jira to plan, manage, and communicate product plans.
Bank of New Zealand mapped out their development roadmap in Aha! to streamline planning.
Best Doctors utilized Aha! to merge and update roadmaps between multiple distinct company divisions.
Betsson Group set unique processes for each department to create a comprehensive product strategy.
BetterCloud configured an Aha! ideas portal to collect feedback and send prioritized features to Jira.
Billtrust set a consistent method for capturing ideas and providing status updates using an Aha! ideas portal.
Blibli created robust custom roadmaps and presentations for a variety of audiences.
Boise Cascade centralized their product portfolio in Aha! to create a shared set of aligned goals.
BrightSpring Health Services efficiently implemented their enterprise transformation strategy.
BuildTools consolidated their product backlog and scheduled yearly releases, centralizing their planning process.
CarePayment united their daily tasks and big picture, empowering the whole organization to work in unity.
CaterTrax implemented Aha! to consolidate product management requests and strategic process planning.
CCG Analytics defined strategic initiatives in Aha! to bring the entire product and development team together.
Certain documented their corporate vision and tied initiatives to the products within their hierarchy.
Change Healthcare integrated Aha! with tools like Jira and Slack to streamline and connect their workflow process.
CheapCaribbean increased collaboration by using Aha! to collaborate and prioritize product features.
Cincom provided stakeholders with more regular updates by using the Aha! reporting capabilities.
Clearswift created Aha! custom fields in product features to understand work commitments before development begins.
Cloud Elements defined a repeating monthly release to engineering with the Aha! integration with CA Agile Central.
Concur abandoned manual spreadsheet tracking in favor of the Aha! integration with Jira, which keeps teams in sync.
Connexio Labs defined and documented their release plan in an Aha! workflow that helps them prioritize features.
CooperVision utilized the features board to help their entire global organization stay on the same page.
Coveo adopted Aha! as the single source of truth for their product management team, increasing transparency.
Data Action created a seamless idea management process using Aha!
Databricks organized both task management and long term strategy using the two-way integration with Jira.
Deck Commerce leveraged the features board to manage team capacity, strategy, and timelines.
Doccle transformed their idea process — from capture all the way down to implementation — with an ideas portal.
ECE broke out of a sluggish product development roadmapping process, streamlining creation and sharing in Aha!
EducationSuperHighway aligned teams across strategic goals using the Aha! roadmap and Gantt chart capabilities.
Eduphoria! streamlined their process for creating features and requirements — no more hunting for documents.
Elements created a standard way to capture and manage product data and create a more unified team.
EnergySavvy brought all work into Aha! where collection, organization, and sharing happens in a single environment.
Enterprise BlockChain Solutions linked strategy all the way through implementation, keeping them focused.
eWise tracked releases throughout their international teams using features and releases to collaborate.
Experian provided visibility across their entire portfolio, visualizing and planning what needed to be done.
Fibroblast located all product management information in a single place, instead of having them spread out.
This Fortune 500 pharmaceutical and life sciences company connected enterprise-level goals to product-level plans.
This Fortune 500 Government Integrator filled their product development lifecycle gaps by using Aha!
Frontline Education personalized their Aha! terminology and created custom fields to quickly report on roadmaps.
FullStory created customizable release schedule templates, allowing them to reduce communication friction.
GameDesire used Aha! to review plans and assess risks, eliminating the need to navigate dozens of documents.
GB Group reduced the amount of duplicate effort needed when creating development features by using Aha!
GuideStar clearly identified necessary prelaunch activities, providing a holistic picture of what needs to be done.
Haymarket successfully produced short, medium, and long-term roadmaps, customized for the audience in Aha!
Health Network Laboratories displayed portfolio data in a digestible format using the Aha! portfolio view.
Help.com set up an ideas portal to allow their customers to see current ideas and to add additional ideas.
HireRight required each feature to be attached to a goal and initiative before it would be moved into development.
IMO centralized management of their product roadmaps, providing real-time transparency for senior stakeholders.
inno360 visualized how they were progressing against releases dates by using the Aha! progress charts.
Internet of Artists aligned around a vision for what they wanted to achieve, providing clarity around priorities.
IST increased collaboration between product managers and engineering by integrating Aha! with Jira.
Jack Henry & Associates aligned strategy and priorities across different teams.
Juarve brought a new level of visibility into their marketing work by tracking all of the cross-teams tasks and projects in a single location.
Kaufman Hall used epics in Aha! to break down user stories and assign work to sprints.
LexisNexis clearly articulated their product vision in a concise way that helped team members stay up to date.
LinkedIn achieved complete product visibility, solving a problematic product feedback loop.
Liquid improved organization, communication, ownership, and transparency across teams using the planning process in Aha!
Liquid Telecom standardized the way employees submit ideas for improving the product using Aha!
Localytics created a workflow for product managers complete with discovery, validation, and usability activities.
Loudfund defined everything from the market position down to the requirements for a modal using Aha! integration.
Lush planned, managed, and reported on progress using vision building, goal setting, and project definitions in Aha!
Madison Logic provided real-time views into their product roadmaps, communicating any changes that were made.
MediaNews Group transformed their product management approach, putting strategy at the center of every decision.
Meltwater used an Aha! ideas portal to review product features, routing each new idea to the right product manager.
Mercatus Technologies crowdsourced feature ideas to determine which ideas will achieve high-level objectives.
MicroPact seamlessly plugged into Jira, helping the engineering team tap into the strategic roadmap.
MLS Listings linked features to track regression testing, allowing for a better picture of specific issues.
MobiTV streamlined communication across groups by easing the time it took to add features, requirements, and to-dos.
MyJar translated business requests into development tickets in an improved process, resulting in flexible reports.
MyJar translated business requests into development tickets in an improved process, resulting in flexible reports.
OkCupid used Aha! to get everyone working better together, with improved visibility into releases.
Orica used Aha! to centralize roadmap definition, allowing them to align on priorities and deliver on their strategy.
Patterson Companies standardized roadmap practices by defining initiatives and goals within Aha!
Paycor focused on customer needs by implementing Aha! to capture ideas and roadmaps in the same system.
People HR gathered feedback using an Aha! ideas portal and made strategic decisions about what to implement.
Pepper Marketing used the kanban workflow to identify resourcing constraints and to keep projects moving quickly.
Pepperjam identified when resources and releases overlapped, allowing the product team to be more proactive.
Performline compiled product info and strategy in Aha! to create alignment on how to position the product in the market.
Plated mapped existing scrum processes and initiatives to build tactical execution plans around them.
Powerco followed a consistent structure starting with goals that flow into their plans — creating company alignment.
PowerReviews simplified their product planning by using the same tool for managing ideas and roadmapping.
Promofarma.com leveraged the Aha! scorecard to rate, track, and prioritize features in a more strategic way.
ProspectSoft managed product processes all in Aha! — from setting strategy to defining features and idea management.
pymetrics used release roadmaps to visualize dependencies across their product, engineering, and marketing teams.
Quad Learning shifted their focus away from manual tasks and onto building the best products for their customers.
Racing Post harnessed custom fields and reporting in Aha! to gain confidence and support from senior management.
Red Bee Media created portfolio roadmaps for all products and managed services — now they can seamlessly track progress.
Red Hat used Aha! to plan strategic IT initiatives and align plans to improve underlying business operations.
Relativity united disparate backlogs and created organized product lines and releases within Aha!
Resmed now has a product roadmap in one place that is visible to all stakeholders without constant, manual updates.
Ritani decreased overlapping parts of their workflow process and increased product efficiency by nearly 50 percent.
Royal Society of Chemistry reduced time spent on managing requests by using an ideas portal and the Aha! scorecard.
Sandvine standardized roadmaps, defined requirements, and prioritized customer requests with Aha!
Scalable used customized workflows in Aha! to match their processes, ensuring items were properly tracked.
Sensormatic built portfolio roadmaps in Aha! to connect plans across their hardware and software products.
Seven Bridges Genomics used Aha! as the one place for product development and reduced communication overhead.
Sharecare created a defined planning process, which enabled internal teams to set better expectations with clients.
Shutterstock set strategic planning in Aha! — allowing leadership to set the direction and establish priorities.
Siemens used the features board to manage product roadmaps and presentations to create reports for stakeholders.
SkySpecs tracked multiple projects and customers, all while understanding the most important company goals.
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Stratasys created a strong foundation for defining and building solutions and brought increased company visibility.
SureShot used strategy tools in Aha! to define vision and the features board to prioritize work for engineering.
Swarovski used Aha! as their single, online location to manage our projects, which improved their delivery speed.
Targetbase coordinated complex strategy for clients in the same place they performed product planning activities.
ThinkTank used Aha! ideas portals to provide more transparency into product work.
ThriveHive used roadmap visualizations to plan and communicate work to stakeholders.
TIBCO product managers increased productivity on product planning tasks by about 20 percent by using Aha!
TMW Systems connected overall corporate and product strategy with features and requirements using Aha! workflows.
UBC easily identified shared needs, cross-program dependencies, and resource constraints with Aha!
UST Global used Aha! to manage a complex portfolio —helping to bring critical digital transformations to customers.
VanMeijel built a product portfolio enabling the product team to see the status of each product in real-time.
Ve created specific roadmaps and used the features board to get all teams more involved with product management.
Vision Critical used the integration with Slack to notify product management of new ideas on their ideas portal.
Voiceworks saved 10 hours per week in communications between product and various teams by implementing Aha!
Wavenet made product planning a priority and used the integration with Jira to ensure transparency with engineering.
Webflow deployed an Aha! ideas portal to better understand and prioritize customer needs.
Wiley used Aha! for a systematic approach to making strategic decisions, resulting in better company organization.
Workshare used the Aha! two-way integration with FogBugz to maintain alignment across teams.
ZingChart consolidated the use of several tools and a chaotic roadmapping process by implementing Aha!