Why is UAT testing important?
UAT is important because it helps demonstrate that required business functions are operating in a manner suited to real-world circumstances and usage.
If the expected outcome is not achieved during testing, the item will be documented and sent back to the developers for repair..
What is SIT and UAT?
UAT and SIT are the two different levels of testing in the application testing phase of QA. UAT stands for User Acceptance Testing and SIT stand for System Integration Testing.
What is difference between QA and UAT?
During the UAT, actual software users test the software to make sure it can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios, according to specifications. QA testing is there to ensure the prevention of problems before the “completed” web product is sent out for User Acceptance Testing (UAT).
What happens after UAT?
Sign off. The users of the application should be presented with a formal test completion report where critical metrics and results from UAT are presented. They will then need to make a decision whether these results are acceptable and in accordance with their criteria and expectations and, if so, approve the UAT.
How is UAT testing done?
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is a type of testing performed by the end user or the client to verify/accept the software system before moving the software application to the production environment. UAT is done in the final phase of testing after functional, integration and system testing is done.