What Is User Acceptance Testing (UAT), & Why Is It Required?

Why is user acceptance testing still so important?

UAT has some benefits

  • Maintain low ongoing maintenance costs
  • It is quicker and more cost-effective to address usability and functionality issues quickly.
  • Give the best opportunity to fix broken features/usability problems
  • Quality assurance testing is in its early stages. Testing can be made easier by keeping the goals and requirements at the same level. This allows testers to notice and notice more, and sometimes even take steps beyond what is provided by developers.
  • Give the end-users a vision
  • Feedback can be provided to the next iterations of software engineering, even if the developer is not in the area of their view.
  • Software robustness and usability can be improved
  • Enhance end-user happiness

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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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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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