I like the quality of people AJi Software employs—they are current in their knowledge of the technology, they have a great work ethic, and are highly motivated. They genuinely like what they’re doing and are genuinely excited about doing it.
- Jeffrey Knight, Vice President of Software Development, ScriptPro
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
AJi doesn’t just have the theoretical knowledge. They’ve been in the trenches; they have authority when they speak. They use common sense.
- Karen Martinez, Manager of Development Customer Innovation and Support, University of Kansas Medical Center
We have a Content Backlog that has information on each Content Item that represents the work we are completing. Our tool needs the ability to capture the content story, title, how to demonstrate value and the estimate for each item.
One of my favorite parts of teaching Agile Marketing to a team is the first Sprint Planning Session. I love the pressure release that occurs when the team commits to producing this particular set of content at a sustainable pace and they can get to the business of Content Marketing.
How much content is enough? This is the question most content marketing strategist are asked and one of the most difficult to answer. For Robert Rose, his answer is “the minimal amount of content for the maximum impact.”