What is pilot testing?

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  • May 18th, 2006

Hi pradeep,

    Pilot testing is done by the company in order to gain the confidence of the client. If the client is new and he doesn't know about the company. the company will send some persons, they will pick up a module and they will complete the task . In simple we say in order to to show the capability of thier resource the company will do pilot testing. It will increase the comfortness between client and company.

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  • May 19th, 2006

hi Mahesh

Thank you very much

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Pilot Testing is like a trial run.
It helps in identifying the best testing tool and how to use it in the best way.

Here a testing tool is used in a small or a dummy kind of a project first where we find the best possible way to use the tool. Then according to the requirement of the project, that tool is used/implemented in a bigger project.
Now in the bigger project tool can be used in the best possible way since we have identified the best possible way of using the tool in a smaller project.


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Abhranil Ghosh

  • Apr 17th, 2014

system users or their designated representatives confirm that the components have been built or configured according to the defined specifications. In other words, the users verify that the system can be used to help them run their business. Training activities will also begin in this phase.

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  • Feb 24th, 2015

Pilot Testing is nothing but the end user will test the application, once it is fully developed. the application should satisfy the user needs and expectations.

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  • May 5th, 2015

Pilot testing is nothing but testing the software or application under real time conditions so that we can find more and more number of defects... By using this we can reduce the system failure condition

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