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user acceptance testing proposal  to “going live” is user acceptance testing (UAT) where the client tries out the system to ensure that everything is working properly and that the developer has fixed all the application bugs. Once the cutover has been completed, the employees begin to work with the new system, performing their day-to-day tasks. If problems arise at this point, the key users/champions will be informed immediately. It is likely to take some time for the solution to work properly; in the meantime workarounds will be set

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