The success of a software product depends upon the acceptance of the users. The process which is used to measure the acceptance of the users is said to be user acceptance testing. This testing helps to check whether the product features have met the business requirements and whether the product is ready to use. User acceptance testing is the final testing procedure in the software testing cycle before it is made available for use. This article outlines when to perform user acceptance testing to make sure that the product has met all the business requirements.
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