User Acceptance testing (UAT) acts as the final stage of the implementation process to ensure that system requirements meet business needs. At this stage, all implicit issues that may arise are fixed before the final product releases, so testing often goes in the form of Alpha or Beta testing under close to reality conditions by the target audience.
The importance of this type of testing follows from the previous paragraph – because it guarantees that the final product cover all the required business needs.
Of course, this process may be quite expensive, however, possible cost damages caused by an inappropriate product could be many times greater or even not comparable
The beauty of UAT lies in testing approach. Unlike other types of testing, UAT focuses on users and business consultants (as the main target audience) to determine whether the product fits their needs. The other benefit is that you are always know what should be expected as the outcome.
Take your time when creating acceptance tests, so you can achieve as beneficial UAT platform as possible.
User acceptance testing is applicable on any implementation methodology, so you can easily improve your communication with potential customers by introducing new products – more reliable, agile and flexible.
Before giving a definite answer, check the following improvements that gives UAT:
Returning to the question “who benefits”, now you can easily say – everyone.
Last but not least benefit is that UAT guarantees a quick ROI. You can spend about 5-10% of the project time on planning user acceptance testing, but as the result, it can save about 30% of the total waste.
Your stakeholders will definitely be happy: start UAT right away with professional testers available on-demand!
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