Series: Subject: Topic:
Question: 145 of 319

What is Business acceptance testing and what is the difference between UAT and BAT

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Jan 31st, 2007
Showing Answers 1 - 3 of 3 Answers

Answered On : Feb 13th, 2007

Login to rate this answer.

Answered On : Mar 9th, 2007

UAT: user acceptance testing. this will be done by end-users or testers. it concentrates on meting the customer's requirements functional/software /hardware requirements.BAT: business acceptance testing. this willbe done by business representatives. this concentrates on meeting the business requirements of business scenario or business specifications.

Yes  1 User has rated as useful.
Login to rate this answer.

Beyond the definitions already provided, some organizations define UAT and BAT like this:User Acceptance Testing (UAL) is conducted by the customer to ensure the system satisfies is contractual acceptance criteria before being signed-off as meeting user needs.Business Acceptance Testing (BAT) is undertaken within the development organization of the supplier to ensure the system will eventually pass user acceptance testing.

Login to rate this answer.

Give your answer:

If you think the above answer is not correct, Please select a reason and add your answer below.

Related Open Questions



twitter fb Linkedin GPlus RSS


Interview Question

 Ask Interview Question?


Latest Questions

Interview & Career Tips

Get invaluable Interview and Career Tips delivered directly to your inbox. Get your news alert set up today, Once you confirm your Email subscription, you will be able to download Job Inteview Questions Ebook . Please contact me if you there is any issue with the download.