Are you in the process of your first implementation, or looking for potential tips on how Hyland deals with the testing phase of projects? Or maybe you are upgrading, or implementing some new installs or system expansions. One way to increase user adoption and deliver a successful rollout is to create and execute test plans to ensure your solution is functioning properly.
This course covers why you should test, who should be involved in testing, when testing should happen, as well as how to create and execute a test plan. This process is especially applicable to User Acceptance Testing. Model documents and templates are also included to assist you.
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There are no prerequisites for this course.
- Types of Testing
- User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
- Automated Testing Tools
- Dealing with Omissions
- Formatting a Requirement
- Addressing Requested Requirement Changes
- Relating the SRD to the Test Case
- UAT Testing Process Flow
- Creating Test Scripts