1.5 Million+ Sites
38% of the Fortune 50
1,000,000 Users on Drupal.org
Drupal is responsive to enable leading brands and organizations to serve content and experiences to their fast-growing device-centric visitors.
Easy Authoring & Workflows
Intuitive WYSIWYG and inline editing + flexible workflows mean marketers create better content, faster, with Drupal.
Drupal's open architecture means marketers can connect Drupal WCM to best-of-breed martech like Marketo, ExactTarget, Google Analytics, Salesforce.com and more.
Take the burden off IT and run your WCM platform on a scalable, reliable cloud infrastructure.
Wrap your digital platform in a secure, protected environment that stays ahead of threats.
Content as a Service
Unlock content across your enterprise and bring it into a hub so you can build and delver richer content experiences.
DRUPAL IS ADAPTABLE
Drupal isn’t built as a blog platform with other content simply accepted, nor is it built for one specific use case. Drupal is popular among organizations of every size, from boutique companies to government agencies and non-profit organizations, to enterprise-level organizations. With Drupal, all content types are simple to setup without the need for code. This allows for complete distinctions between different facets of your business. A pressroom of articles can be built just as quickly as product reviews or an internal customer database.
DRUPAL HAS LOW STARTUP COST
Drupal is open source which means no heavy licensing fees or recurring monthly costs. In addition, a basic site can be quickly created while allowing for future enhancements. Features can be built in small stages and extended as the needs of the site grow. We recently worked on Ga.gov which saved tax payers 4 million dollars just by moving off of a proprietary cms onto Drupal.
DRUPAL IS EXTENSIBLE
Drupal is easily extended via plugins called “modules.” Many of these modules have come from use cases at other large organizations including some of the biggest Drupal sites such as examiner.com. This vast array of modules allows non developers to quickly add functionality such as social sharing, media files, and contact forms to a new or existing Drupal site.
DRUPAL IS SEARCH ENGINE AND SOCIAL MEDIA FRIENDLY
Drupal’s content management system is perfectly structured for search optimization. Clean urls are enabled by default when a Drupal site is created and the community module Meta Tags provides unique page titles, keywords, descriptions and social sharing images/descriptions for your pages. The Drupal community also provides an excellent tool to check the “SEO health” of your website
Other modules allow quick sharing of your content to social media sites.
Want Facebook Like Buttons, Tweet buttons or Google+ icons? A module will quickly add those items to your site.
DRUPAL MAKES YOUR WEBSITE MOBILE
Mobile traffic is growing exponentially and according to Forbes.com over 30 percent of users consume content from a mobile device. Drupal has themes to help build your website responsive from the ground up such as Omega, Zen and AdaptiveTheme. Drupal 8, which is expected in late 2013, is built with mobile in mind from the ground up including responsive design at its core. Many of these improvements are available for the current versions of Drupal as community modules now.
DRUPAL HAS VAST COMMUNITY SUPPORT
When a business chooses Drupal, a vast community of support is available with a simple web search. Whether it be Drupal’s extensive project issue queues, forums or IRC channels, the chances are the problem encountered has been faced before and the resolution has been documented. If not, thousands of developers and commercial organizations are available to help.
DRUPAL BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN IT AND MARKETING
When building a Drupal site, the amount of coding required to maintain or build the site is up to you. A full-featured site can be built fulfilling many business requirements with point and click ease. Site maintainers can access administration interfaces to override Drupal configuration or settings without ever touching a line of code.
Drupal does have a higher learning curve than other CMS systems, but the benefits of this learning curve mean the infrastructure cannot only support your site today but any changes in the future as well. Drupal should be at the top of your list in the search for your next content management system or framework.