acceptance testing

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ac·cept·ance test·ing

(ak-septăns testing)
Procedure of testing equipment or processes to ensure that they function within acceptable limits.
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Telesis used its TARS proprietary methodology (Telesis Automated Regression Solution) to automate regression testing for both Exigen's and BlueWave's agile user acceptance test environments.
Implementation of migration and update of (selected) data and support the Department in carrying out the User Acceptance Test. Conducting training of BImA administrators and administrators as well as the departments and providing a comprehensive and comprehensible documentation of conducted Customizing or programming, the migration work and programs and the training materials used.
"The results of the detailed user acceptance tests were very positive and we hope to receive the regulatory approval very soon," Passenger and Travel Solutions Senior Director-Fares Dave Osborne told ATW, adding that upon approval from North American regulators, "airlines for the first time will have a choice of suppliers between SITA and ATPCO for worldwide fares distribution." SITA's next-generation fares solution is part of its new Horizon passenger management system that it started developing in partnership with Oracle five years ago.