UAT

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UATUniversidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas
UATUnder a Tree (Bloomfield, NJ)
UATUser Acceptance Testing
UATUser Acceptance Test
UATUnauthorised Transaction
UATUniversity of Advancing Technology (Tempe, Arizona)
UATUniversal Access Transceiver
UATUltra Alta Temperatura (Portugese: long life milk)
UATUrine Antigen Test (infectious disease test)
UATUsage Analysis Tool (Xerox)
UATUniversal Access Terminal (Sprint)
UATUnit Auxiliary Transformer
UATUnavailable Time (SDH quality measurements)
UATUniversity of Alabama at Tuscaloosa
UATUnit Allocation Type
UATUnited American Technology (Oklahoma)
UATUnidad Anti-Terroristes (Chilean anti/counter-terrorist group)
UATUrban Assault Team
UATUnmanned Aerial Target
UATUser Authentication Trap
UATUniversal Avionics Tester
UATUnderwriters Association of Toronto
UATUntil Advised by the Tower
UATUnit Administrative Technician
UATUnaligned Mode Transfer (VME)
UATUniform Assessment Tool (healthcare)
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To dispel the impression of NBP's lagging behind in updating with modern technology, the bank has lately been moving on fast track basis towards implementation of Core Banking Application System, a move towards centralisation of operations, while several other modules are undergoing user acceptance tests. Major IT projects like On-line connectivity of its 1000 branches, 400+ ATM network will be completed by December 2011.
Pilot launch of core banking application has been conducted as a move towards centralization of operations, while several other modules are undergoing user acceptance tests. Upgradation of branch connectivity is underway and will steadily be implemented throughout the network.
The implementation project, part of an overall government information systems overhaul, recently passed its user acceptance tests with flying colours and Smartlogic, in conjunction with the UAE government, are now preparing for two project launch events, one to celebrate the United Arab Emirates National Day on 3 December 2010 and one to mark the formal adoption of the knowledge management technology itself in January 2011.