Overcome UAT Challenges with AI-Based Test Automation
by Webomates Inc Test Automation Company
Digitization and automation have revolutionized the way the world perceives services, devices, tools, etc. Automation has permeated almost all fields, be it applied sciences, finance, pure sciences, healthcare, research, education, retail, manufacturing, and the list goes on. Consequently, the demand for high-end software has risen exponentially. In this competitive world, software development organizations have to ensure the digital happiness of their customers for sustainable business and their continued patronage.
User acceptance testing is conducted to ensure that the application under development satisfies the acceptance criteria for specified user requirements, functionality expectations, and business scenarios.
Why is UAT important
User acceptance testing is essential when an organization is contracting out its software development and looking to measure the delivered software against the original expectations.
Consider a scenario where a business venture outsources software development for their business unit within a stipulated time frame. After initial meetings between the stakeholders from both setups, the development process starts.
Frequent builds have to be rolled out to ensure that software is shaping up as per the customer’s expectations. Before the final rollout of the build for the customer, your business team wishes to conduct acceptance testing to ensure that there are no unexpected issues later since the cost of fixing defects after release is much higher.
Here, a speed bump is encountered since no time or resources are allocated to conduct user acceptance testing. If you are in the position of being tasked with the UAT for your company with no resources or time ……we feel your pain!!!
You are now in a Catch-22. If you release the software without UAT, then there are chances of having defects in the build that goes to the end customer. And if UAT is conducted (which was not originally part of the development and delivery plan), then the whole release schedule gets delayed. And you have neither the time nor the resources to get this done. Either way your upper management is NOT going to be happy, as the project was critical enough to get funded and will impact the business if it does not get completed on time.
UAT adds value to business by validating all business requirements and ensuring that the end product is as per the customer specifications.
A comprehensive UAT nets the defects before the software is released. It ensures that the version that is finally delivered to the end-user is as per the customer’s expectations.Read More about : Ai based test automation
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