Definitions
proof of concept Tweet Definition of proof of concept Like Definition of proof of concept on Facebook
noun 
  1. A short and/or incomplete realization of a certain method or idea to demonstrate its feasibility
  2. In software development "proof of concept" (often abbreviated to PoC?) is often incorrectly used interchangeably with "proof of technology" (PoT?) or "pilot project". The three terms refer to processes with different objectives and different participant roles and are therefor not synonymous. A proof of concept is a partial solution to a business problem intended to prove the viability of the business concept. A proof of concept may involve a small number of users acting in a business (non-IT) role using the system to establish that it satisfies some aspect of the requirements for the complete solution. The proof of concept implementation will not affect business operational data although it may integrate with existing business systems to some extent.

Supplemental Details:Sponsor an extended definition for proof of concept for as little as $10 per month. Click here to contact us.

     
  

 Find:
  Words Starting With:
  Words Ending With:
  Words Containing:
  Words That Match:

 
 Translate Into:
  
Dutch   French   German
  
Italian   Spanish
    Show results per page.

Browse the Dictionary
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

   
Dictionary content provided from Wiktionary.org under the GNU Free Documentation License
Allwords Copyright 1998-2021 All rights reserved.