Ways We Can Help

Your Employees
Systems That Help You Work Together.
Share data, docs, and statistics between depart-ments - and even with customers.
Your Systems
We Build It For You.
We develop your new software on time - you control the priority.
Your Customers
Creating / Enhancing Your Web Presence.
Web, mobile, extranet, online stores - we do it all.

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Resources For You

AJi News
AJi News
The latest information about User Experience, Cloud Technologies, Developer Tools and Techniques, and Designer Related Topics.
Blog
Blog
Get our insight about what is going on and articles covering interesting topics.
CMO News
CMO News
Our aim is to help those marketing professionals who have to make hard decisions every day.
Midwest Marketing Podcast
Midwest Marketing Podcast
AJi Report Podcast
AJi Report Podcast
A Regional Podcast for Technologist

Client Testimonials


AJi is extremely knowledgeable about every aspect of development. They are very flexible working with us—even when priorities change.
- Jason Hailey, Manager, Information Management, Veterans of Foreign Wars
AJi’s flexibility was great. They developed requirements to meet our needs and were comfortable changing them on the fly. They can ‘go with the flow’ to fit our parameters.
- Ed Huels, Director of IT, Zahner
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Latest Blogs


Jan
14
2015
The individuals with these stories might not be the most poetic authors and they might not even have access to a computer, but the story is there and it needs to be captured.

Dec
18
2014
Do you estimate your work? In the area of business I come from, software development, the answer was typically yes. If the next question was, “Are you good at it?” I would often hear no. Now that I have transitioned into a marketing role and our customer base has transitioned to the marketing department, I hear the question being asked far less. In fact, I have found most people just don’t estimate their work in marketing. If we are going to be good at marketing, or any career we pursue, we have to be good at estimating our work.

Dec
15
2014
Read this book. Read every word. Read it cover to cover. It is very easy to want to put it down and start practicing the principals discussed, but you will learn more by just continuing to the end.
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