user acceptance testing


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user acceptance testing

(testing)
The type of testing where monitored users determine whether a system meets all their requirements, and will support the business for which it was designed.
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Use cases are developed early in design, used to generate functional requirements, understand roadblocks during design, and often for user acceptance testing.
As a result, by the time the system is ready for user acceptance testing, the phrase "usability" is a vague memory in most of the project team's minds.
Increasingly, their companies are also taking a stronger lead in user acceptance testing, reflecting a greater sense of ownership of these types of projects (42% of respondents).
The virtualisation farm operating at Dublin's data centre now includes user acceptance testing (UAT) machines; Symantec's backup and recovery suite Net.
The development phase is near completion and is currently under User Acceptance Testing. SAP Human Resource Payroll, SAP G/L is live in Avari Tower on the new CBA.
It is therefore extremely important to do user acceptance testing. Many factors influence user acceptance, but according to recent research, 2 factors stand out--1.
"Before implementing Cargospot, we made sure the system met with all our requirements such as user acceptance testing, piloting, data migration and, most importantly, training of cargo handlers around the world.
"Before implementing Cargospot, we made sure the system meets with all our requirements such as user acceptance testing, piloting, data migration and most importantly, training of cargo handlers around the world.
When you are ready for user acceptance testing of your attestation portal, find volunteer providers to give their perspective.
Sanford, SC, USN, Operations Research Project Officer and Deputy, User Acceptance Testing Team, Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg, Pa., April 2007 to May 2010.
"Sircon's testing was inadequate for us, as we kept finding major issues in user acceptance testing," says Jones.