User Acceptance Testing is complicated. That’s what probably a lot of you think. From creating a UAT plan, to executing your test cases and analyzing them. All kinds of different departments and people are involved.
And worst of all: UAT takes place at an awkward time: at the end of a project.
Your development team is done with their tasks (at least they should be) and your QA agents start testing the application.
And they have just one main job: Testing if the application works for your users.
I’ll guide you through the following 5 steps:
Reporting & Lessons Learned