Archive for July 2010
Whenever a software organization delivers a new project or customizes an enhancement feature for an existing product, it always strives for client satisfaction. While various testing approaches and methodologies are followed within organizations to increase the quality of output, the most important testing for client satisfaction is User Acceptance Testing. During this testing, actual business users will get to test the enhanced product. UAT (User Acceptance Testing) is the last major test before delivery. If UAT goes badly, it is fair to say that much of the good work prior to UAT is wasted.
What is UAT (User Acceptance Testing)?
The explanation of UAT is in its name. Taking each part separately explains what it is about.