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AI7.7 - Final Acceptance Test

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Final Acceptance Test

Ensure that business process owners and IT stakeholders evaluate the outcome of the testing process as determined by the test plan. Remediate significant errors identified in the testing process, having completed the suite of tests identified in the test plan and any necessary regression tests. Following evaluation, approve promotion to production.

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Value Drivers

  • Minimised business interruptions in production
  • Critical data flows protected
  • Deviations from expected service quality identified
  • Application meeting usability requirements
  Risk Drivers
  • Performance problems undetected
  • Business rejection of delivered capabilities

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  1. Ensure that the scope of final acceptance evaluation activities covers all components of the information system (e.g., application software, facilities, technology, user procedures, operations procedures, monitoring and support).
  2. Ensure that the categorised log of errors found in the testing process has been addressed by the development team. Ensure that the cause of errors has been remediated (e.g., by appropriate changes to the application, configuration or workaround, and/or delayed correction where the error is minor).
  3. Ensure that the final acceptance evaluation is measured against the success criteria set out in the testing plan. Ensure that the review and evaluation process is appropriately documented.
  4. Document and interpret the final acceptance testing results, and present them in a form that is understandable to business process owners and IT so an informed review and evaluation can take place.
  5. Ensure that business process owners, third parties (as appropriate) and IT stakeholders formally sign off on the outcome of the testing process as set out in the testing plan. Such approval is mandatory prior to promotion to production.

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