Compare Q-Pulse and Aha! - May 2022

Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / May 18, 2022

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Bottom Line: Which is Better - Q-Pulse or Aha!?

Q-Pulse is more expensive to implement (TCO) than Aha!, and Aha! is rated higher (91/100) than Q-Pulse (64/100). Aha! offers users more features (5) than Q-Pulse (0). There is a clear winner in this case and it is Aha!!

Looking for the right Document Management solution for your business? Buyers are primarily concerned about the real total cost of implementation (TCO), the full list of features, vendor reliability, user reviews, and the pros and cons. In this article we compare between the two software products:

Ideagen Plc. Vs. Aha! Labs

Ideagen Plc.: No global organisation operating in highly regulated industries can afford to ignore best practices and we at Ideagen Plc take our responsibilities very seriously. By ensuring that we meet critical standards in our operations including software development, IT and the environment, our customers have confidence that their data is fully secure and...

Aha! Labs: Brian de Haaff and Dr. Chris Waters founded Aha! in the spring of 2013 in Menlo Park, California. They wanted to help themselves and product development teams just like them build better software. Collectively, they have founded or been early employees of six cloud- based technology companies in Silicon Valley, where they have led product and engin...

Who is more expensive? Q-Pulse or Aha!?

The real total cost of ownership (TCO) of Document Management software includes the software license, subscription fees, software training, customizations, hardware (if needed), maintenance and support and other related services. When calculating the TCO, it's important to add all of these ”hidden costs” as well. We prepared a TCO (Total Cost) calculator for Q-Pulse and Aha!.

Q-Pulse accurate pricing info is available upon request (they don't share it publicly), however , On a scale between 1 to 10 Q-Pulse is rated 6, which is similar to the average cost of Document Management software. Aha! price starts at $39 per user/month , When comparing Aha! to its competitors, the software is rated 4 - lower than the average Document Management software cost.

Bottom line: Q-Pulse is more expensive than Aha!.

Which software includes more/better features?

We've compared Q-Pulse Vs. Aha! based on some of the most important and required Document Management features.

Q-Pulse: We are still working to collect the list of features for Q-Pulse.

Aha!: Project Management, Project Collaboration, Document Management, Design Simulation, Engineering requirements.

Target customer size

Q-Pulse's typical customers include: Small, medium and large size businesses, The general customers of Aha! software are the individuals and organizations that engage with SMBs (small and/or medium sized businesses that has employees ranging from one to 100 and 100 to 1,000 respectively) that are relying on the services from Information technology/IT, data and web hosting and other information related services, mainly with project management and product road map management.



Q-Pulse

ITQlick rating
(3/5)

QPulse offer a risk based approach to Quality & Document Management, which can help organisations comply with industry specific standards and regulations. Our user friendly software provides a central focal poi...

Categories: Document Capture & Image Processing, Document Management, Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Risk Management.

Aha!

ITQlick rating
(4.7/5)

starts at $39 per user/month

Aha! Software is a project management solution for different sizes of business. It offers a number of features that include an analytics tool that enables users to view the status of ideas, build a chart to set...

Categories: Document Capture & Image Processing, Team Collaboration, File Sharing, Computer aided design, Engineering requirements.

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Aha! Specifications

ITQlick Score: 91/100
ITQlick Rating:
Pricing: 4/10 - average cost
Category: Product Roadmap -> Aha! review
Company: Aha! Labs
Pricing: starts at $39 per user/month
Typical customers: Small, medium and large size businesses
Platforms: Desktop, Mobile, Cloud
Links: Aha! review, Aha! pricing, Aha! alternatives

Compare features

Q-Pulse: 0 Features

We are working to collect the list of features

Aha!: 5 Features

Project Management
Project Collaboration
Document Management
Design Simulation
Engineering requirements
ITQlick rating ITQlick Rating is based on the software score (below) and aggregated online reviews
ITQlick score ITQlick Score is a 1 to 100, the calculation is based on pricing, and functionality Vs. alternative solutions
Pricing score pricing Score is a 1 to 10 (10 is high cost), based on the TCO (cost of licences, customizations, training, hardware when relevant) Vs. alternative solutions
License pricing license pricing (if provided by the software vendor)
Functionality score
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Q-Pulse
ITQlick rating
3/5
Score
64/100
Pricing
6/10
License pricing
Pricing not available
Functionality
5
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Aha!
ITQlick rating
4.7/5
Score
91/100
Pricing
4/10
License pricing
$39 per user/month
Functionality
15
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Box
ITQlick rating
4.3/5
Score
92/100
Pricing
2/10
License pricing
$15 per user/month
Functionality
26
Review
SmartFile
ITQlick rating
4.9/5
Score
92/100
Pricing
6.4/10
License pricing
$10 per user/month
Functionality
3
Scan123
ITQlick rating
4.2/5
Score
92/100
Pricing
4/10
License pricing
$349 per month
Functionality
3

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Shlomi Lavi is an entrepreneur and founder of ITQlick.com. He holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Information Systems Engineering from Ben Gurion University in Israel. Shlomi brings 17 years of global IT and IS management experience as a consultant and implementation expert for small, medium and large-sized (global) companies. Shlomi’s goal is to share the best knowledge and news about information systems so you can make smarter buying decisions for your business.