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by René Ceelen, on December 10, 2020

UAT identifies and eliminates defects and bugs and maximizes user feedback and improvements. How can we separate top-level UAT tools from the mediocre? Benchmarks. That’s how it’s done. Let’s take …

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by Thijs Kok, on November 24, 2020

Management guru Peter Drucker is often quoted as saying, “You can't manage what you can't measure.” That maxim’s certainly true for UAT testing. Another way to say it would be: …

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by René Ceelen, on November 18, 2020

Launching your next-level User Acceptance Testing (UAT) project can seem daunting without the proper tools. From the start, we should understand what UAT is and what it’s not. UAT is …

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by René Ceelen, on November 12, 2020

If you’re a fan of the TestMonitor blog, you already know that we’ve previously shared the many benefits of user acceptance testing (UAT). UAT leverages the power of human end …

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by René Ceelen, on October 29, 2020

The race to excel in any software testing project is a marathon, not a sprint. The road ahead can only be navigated with next-level test management tools that cover all …

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by René Ceelen, on August 18, 2020

User Acceptance Testing (UAT) represents the “moment of truth” for any software product. Preceded by functional, system, and regression testing, UAT is the final test run your team performs before …

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by René Ceelen, on August 11, 2020

User acceptance testing (UAT) helps you save money, time, and frustration by making sure the end users will be happy with your product. With UAT, real end-users test the usability …

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by René Ceelen, on June 8, 2020

Your IT department faces more choices than ever when it comes to test management tools. Although software testing accounts for roughly 30 percent of a given project’s total endeavor, the …

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by René Ceelen, on March 25, 2019

Is User Acceptance Testing (UAT) still necessary? According to René Ceelen and Derk-Jan de Grood, the answer to that question is: yes, without a doubt. UAT offers information and insights …

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by René Ceelen, on July 31, 2017

User Acceptance Testing, better known as UAT is the last section of the whole testing process of any software. Often overlooked and deemed time consuming, this process helps improve software quality …

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