AIS follows the UAT, User Acceptance Testing, the process when it comes to implementing customer requests. Throughout time, customers begin to request specific modifications or programs that will work better for them and their workflow. When a request is given, our analysts will intelligently spec out the request and transfer the knowledge to our programming team. Programming will work on this request on a development server and then transported to a full production server once completely tested.

What is UAT? UAT is a form of testing that is conducted on the user end to verify that all requests have been completed and perform as expected by the client. This testing is done on a system and then once validated, it is transferred to a true production environment.

Using UAT for better business practices
The communication between customer to analysts and then analysts to developer can get tricky when a complex software is involved. It is best for the end-user to complete test the results for clarity and completion to the original request.