Acceptance Management Process
By using this
Acceptance Process, you can ensure that every deliverable produced by your team, fully meets the needs of your customer.
An acceptance process helps you to achieve this, through rigorous user acceptance testing.
During the user acceptance testing process, each deliverable is reviewed by your customer and formally "accepted" as meeting their needs.
This Acceptance Process helps you:
- Perform proper user acceptance testing
- Use acceptance forms to document the results
- Request your customer's final acceptance
- Communicate the acceptance testing results
This acceptance process is unique because it:
- Steps you through the entire acceptance management process
- Lists all of the procedures for user acceptance testing
- Includes each of the acceptance roles and responsibilities
- Describes in depth how to gain acceptance from your customer
- Is pre-completed to save you time and effort
Although delivering your project on time and within budget is important, it is critical that the deliverables produced, actually meet the needs of your customer. For this reason, Acceptance Management is a project-critical activity. This acceptance process will help you to gain your customers acceptance, by taking you through the acceptance process, step-by-step.
What is an Acceptance Process?
An Acceptance Management Process is a series of steps that you take to complete User Acceptance Testing. When a project is nearly complete, one of the final steps is to perform User Acceptance Testing with the customer. As part of the User Acceptance Testing process, the customer will be asked to review the project deliverables and confirm that they are "fit for purpose". By using this User Acceptance Testing process, you can confirm that your customer is happy and sign off the project as complete.
When do I use an Acceptance Process?
You should use an Acceptance Process to perform User Acceptance Testing you're your customer. Before you can close a project officially, you need to show your Project Sponsor that you have completed User Acceptance Testing and that your customer has signed off the deliverables as being 100 per cent complete. Only when User Acceptance Testing is complete, should you proceed with closing the project. You can complete User Acceptance Testing quickly and efficiently, using this Acceptance Management Process.