What is UAT (User Acceptance Testing)
Before a product is made available to the public or an organization, User Acceptance Testing, or UAT, is an essential stage of software testing that ensures that it satisfies user requirements and functions as expected. UAT is the final stage of software development and is typically carried out by a customer or end user.
UAT, or User Acceptance Testing, is a process where users test software or other IT systems in order to validate that it meets the specified requirements and satisfies their needs. It involves testing for usability, performance, accuracy, consistency, and other criteria as determined by the end user or customer. The goal is to ensure that the system meets its goals and that it is acceptable for deployment in the customer's environment.