Cycle glossary

Product terminology simply explained

Acceptance Test

Acceptance test is the final stage of software testing, where the product is evaluated against predetermined criteria to determine whether or not it meets the requirements and is ready for release. It's like being invited to a party and only getting in if you pass the bouncer's checklist. The acceptance test is usually performed by the product manager or the customer, and it validates the functionality, usability, and overall quality of the software. This helps ensure that the product is meeting the needs and expectations of the end-users before it's officially delivered.

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