What is Acceptance Testing?
After System Testing has been performed at all levels, the next in line is Acceptance Testing. This is considered to be the last phase in Software Testing where a decision has to be made by the customer as to whether he wishes to accept or decline the product.
Once the testing team has tested the product at all levels, and development team has fixed all the bugs and defects, the software is handed over to the customer and s/he decides whether the software works as intended and fulfils the critical business requirements.
There are several types of Acceptance Testing – the most important of which are User Acceptance Testing (UAT), Regulation Acceptance Testing (RAT), Business Acceptance Testing (BAT), Alpha Testing, Beta Testing, Operational Acceptance Testing (OAT) and Contract Acceptance Testing (CAT).
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Benefits of Acceptance Testing
According to testing experts, Acceptance Testing is the most important phase of product testing because this is the stage where you actually get customer feedback and can assess how your product will fare in the real world.
Acceptance Testing lets the customer/ users on behalf of the customer experience what you have built for them and understand whether it matches their critical expectations or not.
It also helps product companies benchmark the user experience of their product against similar products in the market and make corrections accordingly.