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Why UAT always takes more time and budget?

User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is the critical phase of any ERP implementation. Project success highly relies on well planned execution of UAT. Business key users/ subject matter experts form the core project team. 615 more words


Day 2 - 'Create a mindmap, document, diagram or sketchnote about what you think Agile testing is'

I guess the first thing is a disclaimer because what I am going to write does not recognise the normal restraints we all work under ie, time, on/offshore resources, budget, shared environments and even winter flu that can literally stop a release coming in on time. 66 more words

User Acceptance Test


  • The ISTQB definition: formal testing with respect to user needs, requirements, and business processes conducted to determine whether a system satisfies the acceptance criteria and to enable the user, customers or other authorized entity to determine whether or not to accept the system.
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Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria

First of all, Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria is a technique that is used widely in Business Analysis at all levels of a project. As easily implied from its name, this technique comprises 2 parts: … 510 more words

Business Analysis

Roadshow update on SID and SITS

Given that last week we were doing User Acceptance Testing on SID, and this week we’re training end users, we decided to invite our colleagues from the Student Services Directorate to another of our roadshows. 85 more words


Testing, Testing... and CAS goes live

If we’ve seemed a little quiet recently, it’s because we’ve been very busy behind the scenes developing, preparing and testing software critical to support priority business functions planned for this summer. 462 more words

Old dog, new tricks

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At my core I am “Yupper”.  Born in Escanaba, Michigan, if I were to write conversationally with 100% commitment, I would be forced to sprinkle in a few “eh’s” and “dontcha know’s” here and there.  638 more words