The Way to Perform Successful User Acceptance Testing (UAT)

Objectives of UAT

  • To confirm that the software product can execute all the business functions.
  • To confirm the application product is usable in the end-users view.
  • To certify that the software product is ready to proceed to production.

Who conducts UAT?

UAT Prerequisites

  • Supplying business requirements to the testing staff. UAT is performed against business requirements.
  • System testing, integration testing, and unit testing should be completed. System errors aren’t expected at this phase. The reported flaws are already fixed and assessed before UAT.
  • UAT environment ought to be available.
  • Regression testing should be complete to confirm recent code changes do not influence the computer software.

Why you want UAT?

UAT Best Practices

Conclusion

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I work as a Senior Testing Specialist at TestingXperts. I am a testing professional accustomed to working in a complex, project-based environment.

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Serena Gray

Serena Gray

I work as a Senior Testing Specialist at TestingXperts. I am a testing professional accustomed to working in a complex, project-based environment.

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