Addition of Value Proposition Canvas to strategy tab

Thanks for bringing the Business Model Canvas to Aha! it brings great value for us. In addition to the Business Model Canvas it would be amazing to be able to specify the value proposition and the customer segments in a more detailed manner to facilitate the realization of a perfect market fit via the Value Proposition Canvas. We use separate tools to do this right know..,but integration in Aha would really make our life must better ;-)

  • Juri Pietersen
  • Sep 23 2015
  • Already exists
Release time frame
  • Mar 5, 2019

    Admin Response

    Thank you for your idea. Aha! now provides six templates to use when creating strategic models. You can also create your own templates to be used in products throughout your Aha! account. This article provides more details.

    Given the options above and other priorities, we are unlikely to implement the specific example referenced in this idea. However you should now be able to create something very similar using the template functionality.

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  • Simon Voogd commented
    September 24, 2015 07:23

    LIKE - it would boost the value of the products and services created with Aha!

  • Jean-Baptiste Théard commented
    September 30, 2015 08:17

    We also use this framework and it's great to communicate features context.

  • Jacob Tait commented
    May 18, 2016 07:27

    Agreed, would be a great addition. 

  • Pansy Lee commented
    October 20, 2016 19:50

    I know it's likely to be implemented, but has anyone figured out how to put their value proposition canvas into Aha in the meantime?

    I've been thinking about hacking the business model canvas into a VPC by deleting and renaming sections to replicate the VPC sections. Thoughts?

  • Michael Thiessen commented
    14 Jun 15:04

    I know it's possible to create your own template for a Value Proposition Canvas, but the end result is rather limited. What would really be useful is a Aha-built model that allowed you to link and visually see the links between Gain Creators and Customer Gains and Pain Relievers to Customer Pains.