User Acceptance Test (UAT) programs have traditionally been areas of contention between IT and Business. IT teams get critical systems readied through development and testing, while Business teams verify that these systems meet their requirements.
The division of responsibilities might seem clear cut, but realities on the ground are far different. The planning, management, execution and reporting phases of UAT cycles have always been problematic since responsibilities fall in grey areas.
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