10 ingredients of a successful UAT

10 Ingredients of a Successful User Acceptance Test (UAT)

The User Acceptance Test (UAT) is a critical component of any IT implementation. The goal of a UAT is to validate if a system or solution will meet the needs of business users in their operational environment.

The outcome of this phase sends the project down one of two paths. If all goes well, the project moves on to the Go Live phase. If it’s a flop, the project faces many challenges ahead, the Go Live timeframe is at risk, and the credibility of the project with the business may be tarnished. Obviously, the stakeholders want the UAT to go well. So how do you secure a win?

Let’s explore the 10 key ingredients of a successful UAT. We’ve seen this recipe work across a wide variety of IT projects.

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That “Status Quo” IT Approach Is Putting You at Risk

You’ve heard the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

There are many areas in business where that advice may hold true, but your IT assets are not one of them.

IT assets—including hardware, software and data—start deteriorating the day they are acquired. Yet the tendency today is to purchase, install, and then promptly forget about a technology. Few people or companies realize that when it comes to IT assets, maintaining status quo carries great risks.

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Upgrade Preparation: How Do You Plan for Success?

Today we presented in Teaneck, NJ at the Oracle User Group Conference INNOVATE16. Here is our slide deck, complete with upgrade preparation advice, templates, case studies, and a Dilbert cartoon.

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Upgrade Preparation Best Practices & Templates | INNOVATE16 from Abraic, Inc
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