Associate Lead at Infosys
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Infosys - Oracle Financial Functional Consultant - UAT/SIT Testing (2-4 yrs)
- UAT & SIT testing experience
- Oracle Fusion or Oracle EBS/APPs - Finance / Procurement / Billing modules implementation testing experience
- 5+ years' experience of writing and preparing test scenarios and scripts
- Excellent knowledge of Quality Centre
- An ability to demonstrate a pragmatic and common sense approach to testing
- Proven experience in a SIT/FAT (Technology test activities) and UAT (Business test execution)
- Experience of providing communication for stakeholders
- Exposure to all stages of an application development process, from specification and design, development and testing through to implementation.
- Communication and interpersonal skills
- Test Analyst role will assist in defining templates and processes to provide an efficient and streamlined UAT / SIT process, and will be responsible for communicating the same to on- and off-shore stakeholders, and cascading to UAT groups.
- The TA will support User Acceptance Testing (UAT) conducted by the regions or in-country teams (or Business Representatives) and be responsible for monitoring and reporting the progress of the UAT (also known as EUT) activities. This includes (but is not limited to) ensuring that UAT testing is compliant from a governance perspective and ensuring that the necessary pre-UAT and post-UAT sign offs and participant engagement is completed in a timely manner.
- Responsible for ensuring that the coverage of the UAT test phase is adequate for the requirements. The UAT / SIT TA will also engage with offshore Testing resources, Business Representatives and technical teams to schedule the SIT/UAT test execution and prepare scripts and test data for the UAT sessions.
- In addition, the TA will support the Programme Test Management in the execution of overall Testing activities including where necessary, Systems Integration Testing (SIT), Functional Acceptance Testing (FAT), and Volume Testing