User acceptance testing (UAT) is the last and very important step of the software testing cycle. UAT is where actual software users test the software to make sure it can handle tasks in real-world scenarios, according to organisations specifications.
It is a vital step in the final stages before go-live but is often overlooked. It ensures that the system works with real users and they can report back any problems which can be resolved before go-live. It saves time and money.
Highpoint’s user acceptance testing training is aimed at the core group of people doing the testing of Unit4 Business World.
The delegates will learn:
An overview of what user acceptance testing is
How to understand test scripts
How it applies to different roles within the company
Who to report any problems to