User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is the final phase of the software testing process and focuses on verifying whether a software application or system meets the acceptance criteria and requirements set by end-users or stakeholders.
Automated UAT is a software testing approach where predefined scenarios or test cases are executed automatically to ensures that the system functions correctly from a user’s perspective and aligns with their expectations.
Automated UAT offers several benefits, including improved test repeatability, faster test execution, and the ability to cover a wide range of scenarios efficiently.
To address these challenges, users often rely on well-defined UAT processes, collaboration between stakeholders, the use of automation frameworks and tools, and integration with CI/CD pipelines. Additionally, regular communication and feedback between users, testers, and developers are essential for successful automated UAT.