Drupal Software


 

Drupal is cloud-based open source content management system for content authoring and content publishing websites. The platform offers functionalities such as merchandising, content creation, reporting and content sharing.

Drupal’s content architecture feature allows professionals to create content workflows to manage the content creation process. Further, the platforms enables content marketers to tag relevant keywords which increases content visibility across search engines.

Multisite management features enable users to customize a website’s content according to geography, brand and marketing campaigns. Drupal also enables website designers to display content in different formats, such as PDF, video, HTML and Flash. Also, the platform helps marketers to launch promotion campaigns and offers tools to help with search engine optimization (SEO) management.

Drupal allows users to create web applications that can be viewed on mobile devices including smartphones and tablets. The solution integrates with Facebook, LinkedIn, MailChimp, Twitter, Zendesk and Box.

 

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riyaadh from CES
Specialty: Telecommunications
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

October 2018

October 2018

Drup there it is

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Open source software making Customer Management System Customizable to the clients needs. Able to incorporate other products together with Drupal. Modules/themes can be created quickly.

Cons

There are many features for this and it does take some time to wrap your head around it. Support for this is minimal and in order to figure out some of the features you will have to play around with the tool(there are training options available if required though).

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Emile from Mira Networks
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

October 2018

October 2018

The open-source CMS of your dreams.

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Drupal is quite simply the best CMS that we have ever used, it offers a massive variety of modules that you can use to offer an amazing website experience to your customers. These modules are sometimes maintained by massive firms for corporate clients and as a added benefit you get it for free.

Cons

Drupal is not nearly as user-friendly as other CMS and due to the fact that the modularity is the main feature, core Drupal might actually feel a bit lacking.

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Deirdre from Turbo Tax
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

October 2018

October 2018

Trusted Content management application

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It's been around forever and is completely trusted by many. It's 100% free to use. It's easy to use. Ideal for first-time content managers.

Cons

No cons at all, I just started off as a WordPress user and did not want to switch over to what I am so use to using. It's either one or the other. You can't use them both unless you are using it on a separate website.

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Kody from Metro Technology Services
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Web Development Made Easy

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Drupal allows for web designing to be managed and maintained in a much simpler fashion allowing for large scale websites to be handled with ease.

Cons

Simplistic design style can sometimes limit the end users creativity and integrating custom modules can be difficult at times.

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Samarah from EKR
Specialty: Media
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

July 2018

July 2018

Good tool, but not user friendly

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Drupal is a good alternative to WordPress if you don't want to be one of the typical WordPress users. They offer quite a bit of variety and more custom code than WordPress as well.

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Drupal is NOT user-friendly. Finding pages and stuffing content takes so much longer than necessary. There are also odd requirements on different modules that really don't seem necessary and only make is a longer process than it should be. Simple things like saving a page or going back to your previous page are borderline impossible. Overall, I would always choose WordPress if you are building it for a less than genius user.

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Jean from Maila Networks
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

June 2018

June 2018

Highly customizable portal or any web job you need

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Drupal can be very handy at handling your website needs, but it can be extended to be used by other functions including portals, hotspots, stores and others.

Pros

A very nice and secure web platform that will fit any job with lots of options, including free and commercial themes and plugins.

Cons

Not very easy to install, but once you finish the installation, everything else runs smooth including extending the application.

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Rajesh from Damco
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

May 2018

May 2018

Source content management on your finger tips.

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Best content management.

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One can use for basic website to professional website with less development efforts and more interactively.

Cons

I like this product and use it for managing content on internet and feels satisfied with this so no cons really.

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Juan from Derevo
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

May 2018

May 2018

A powerful CMS, maybe the most customizable one in the market right now.

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Drupal is so powerful when it comes to features and modules you can add or create, is a flexible CMS which can let you do any kinds of projects

Cons

The learning curve is something to be aware of, at first can be overwhelming if you compare the ease of use against other CMS like wordpress. It's recommended to know PHP if you want to customize templates or create modules of your own.

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Raewyn from Team FF
Specialty: Professional Services
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Drupal is good but there are better

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It is a pretty powerful CMS with lots of developer support and great examples. It's stable and proven so you can feel confident it will be around for a long time.

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It's just not as easy to use as the competition, Wordpress being the easy example. It could be more polished in the back-end to get up to speed with the rest.

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Jen from Quantum Business Solutions, LLC
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Drupal is a Sloppy CMS and Difficult for the USER

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I have been programming and designing websites for well over 20 years. I have built sites in Drupal and of all the Content Management Systems out there, this is the least recommended by our company. The idea behind a Content Management System is to help the client/user manage their own site and keep costs down. With that in mind the interface is sloppy and difficult for the user in comparison to other CMS systems which are superior to Drupal in every way. In addition, the cost to build a Drupal site versus a Joomla or Wordpress site is nearly 3 times the cost and I attribute alot of that to the interface. You can build just about anything you need using Joomla and I would highly recommend you don't consider Drupal unless you want to spend a great deal of money.

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Wide range of program capabilities
As a Senior Developer, I cannot really recommend this software because of the difficulty involved for the client/user

Cons

Very difficult to teach the client/user to manage on their own
Very expensive for the client/user in terms of cost to the developer and software
Sloppy interface for the user

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Matt from Keller Williams
Specialty: Real Estate
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Drupal is as good as you make it

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Pros

Drupal is a powerful website development and CMS tool. It allows you to build a beautiful and custom website and customize the backend for the admins so that it is easy for managers to update.

Cons

If you do not use best practices in building the structure of the admin of the website it can be frustrating for the content management team to use if the content is not properly exposed in the admin.

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Mary from Praekelt.org
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

March 2018

March 2018

It's okay

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For simple sites that you need to hand over to non-technical people, Wagtail might be a better bet.

Pros

Drupal is a powerful CMS engine that has many features, and is quite customisable to suit your needs.

Cons

It might not be the best platform to use if you're building a site for someone else who isn't very technical. There is a learning curve and some frustrating idiosyncrasies with the platform.

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Beela from Also Agency
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Drupal can do a lot but it takes a special person to do it

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If you want a higher tech and more capable website, this is great. For something simple, I'd stick to Squarespace.

Pros

It's highly organized, has a lot of capabilities, has higher end features for loading that give it a unique spin beyond what Wordpress or Squarespace can do.

Cons

Not intuitive whatsoever. A lot of configuration and placement have to be done manually versus a drag and drop feature.

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Jean from Maila Networks
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Drupal - An easy to use "anything you need" publishing software

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It can be anything you need, from a intranet project to keep a log of what it´s done and need to be done, to complete websites with integrated galleries and so on. We run it for many purposes and recommend it to everyone.

Pros

The main advantage of Drupal is it´s flexibility and easy integration with other platforms. It can be used just as a blogger platform, as it can also scale to a full blown website, integrated with customer support, or it can be a Hotspot page where your clients can sign up to gain access to the internet.

Cons

Not so easy to configure. I don´t mean installation, as it´s easy to install, but you need to configure it well after so you don´t run risks (just as any other platform would be).

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Johanna from SugarCRM
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

February 2018

February 2018

Drupal is a simple, efficient CMS

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Great for website content management! Good for beginners too!

Pros

Drupal is one of the most efficient, widely-used CMS (Content Management Systems) for websites. It's reliable and offers great functionality. Very simple overall to use, even with only modest HMTL experience.

Cons

Some glitches, such as information taking longer than it should to update, or having to re-submit can occur.

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Phillip from NetPotential
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

February 2018

February 2018

This has come a long way since the days when it split with Joomla!

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Great free product, could be better designed in the UI department, however.

Pros

I like the fully featured easy to use content management system - the advanced features that are available and that it costs nothing!

Cons

I like how the team improved the UI in the latest versions, however I think it could do with a professional designer's input and design to make it polished and look 100% clean, easy to use and a bit more attractive to look at.

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Victor from waytoweb.com.br
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

December 2017

December 2017

Drupal is incredible

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Pros

It is a very used tool for great projects, being well-structured and efficient dealing with APIs, but does not work as well for smaller applications

Cons

Its main negative point is the difficulty in learning how to use, since it has many functionalities and takes some time to adapt.

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Rosemary from No Fracked Gas in Mass
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

October 2018

October 2018

Only know the end results were good.

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We got an online database up and running that even novices can use.

Cons

It was way over my head. Glad there was a coder working on the project.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Arthur from DUOSHIRO
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

September 2018

September 2018

A robust CMS with a high learning curve

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You can do mostly of the things using Drupal. If you have time to learn, can be a very good CMS because it can transform itself in everything.

Cons

You need to install dozens of plugins and work with A LOT of configuration and details because some configurations for one plugin may be split in 4 diferents screens and modules.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Rajat from Jobsinpunjab.in
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

September 2018

September 2018

Its a big platform in the terms of website building

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Drupal is very well known when it comes to website building. As a user I found its interface very easy to understand. Every beginner can use it easily. I also found it very easy after trying Drupal.

Cons

I found some issues when I was trying to install a plugin, as I didn't find it on Drupal.

Review Source: Capterra
 


September 2018

September 2018

My preferred website builder

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We built our second iteration of our website with Drupal, after being on Wordpress. I've since worked with the latest Wordpress again and I really prefer Drupal. I recommend it for any new clients and try to take its free lessons online regularly so I'm always current on new features. I feel also that Drupal is superior in security.

Pros

THe flexibility of Drupal while it is still user-friendly wins every time. Other sitebuilders like WP and Webflow are extremely feature rich, but harder to use day-to-day. Simpler builders like Wix and Squarespace are great for newbies, but not as flexible. Drupal floats that line so anyone can use it but experts can make so much more of it. And it's free!

Cons

Image sizing did kind of limit us with our blogs - there were strict requirements on aspect ratio that I didn't find very helpful. However, that may have since been resolved or a limitation we placed on ourselves for consistency.

Review Source: Capterra
 


September 2018

September 2018

Easy to Use, Hard to master CMS

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I've used a few CMS such as Joomla before, but Drupal is the one that my team and I consistently go back to. For some of our key sites, this is a great tool to use. I have members on the team that are well versed in PHP and CSS so this is relatively easy for them to work with.

We've used Drupal for a few in house websites ranging from relatively simple blogs to enterprise level business sites. The team has been using Drupal since Drupal6 and we're now at Drupal8. Drupal's best selling point over many CMS is in its flexibility and the multitude of options available for the users.

Pros

I really like the options that are available with Drupal; themes, modules,etc. I particularly enjoy having the ability to use themes and having options to create and use custom themes. It's a bit challenging to install and deploy the first time, but the themes themselves are incredibly easy to write if you have knowledge of CSS.

I also feel that Drupal is well supported with forums, an established community documentation, and a decent slack channel.

Cons

I think that the old adage, "Easy to learn, hard to master" applies really well to Drupal. The layout and feel of Drupal is not really naturally intuitive. Furthermore, while it's not necessarily a con, but it feels like there really are almost too many modules and features available. Some of them share very similar functionalities and novice users may choose a less fleshed out/established option. However, I feel that this is typical of many open-source CMS software and it's something that can be easily overcome with experience.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Landon from Landon Davidson inc
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Great sleeping industry standard

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Co-built a site using drupal so my partner could show me how great it is.

Pros

Tons of high level companies use drupal so I have a lot of faith in its superiority. There is also nothing you can't build on this platform with the right knowhow.

Cons

Drupal is not easy to jump into if you are familiar with other web development software. You'll need a pro or a lot of tutorial time to get going.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Dwayne from Interior Health Authority
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Powerful and flexible

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The versatility of the software is pretty amazing. It can do social networks and ecommerce and it's locked down like fort knox.

Cons

The learning curve is steep. As a tech professional at how much trial and error I need to figure out how all of this 'node' business works.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Bhavin from Infostretch Corporation
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Drupal CMS Review

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Perfect choice for the Content Management System with all the features. To create and update APIs for content is within few minutes. Built in web services, mobile support, security, external plugins. Stable with powerful version control and access control methods. Suitable for large content based applications. It has built in multi language support.

Cons

It is not user friendly. Not supported with all type of sql databases. The installation is complex and need to install separate plugins for more features.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Andrés E. from CANTV
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

August 2018

August 2018

Are you looking for an efficient, safe and easy to use CMS?

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The installation of this CMS in the company for which work has been very useful. In our case, we use it to move content oriented to the internal public and the results are remarkable. Both in the ease it offers to work day by day and in the scope of our audiences. In particular I think it is a means with excellent features that are worth trying.

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What I liked the most about Drupal is its performance, its safety standards and versatility. These are features that offer a truly pleasurable user experience.

Cons

As administrator of websites, I consider that although its characteristics and usability are extraordinary, its installation may need knowledge oriented to the technical area. I refer to this point, because at present there are other CMS that can be used without having that kind of knowledge.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Anton from Microelectronics Center ITB
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Another popular CMS

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Drupal makes site owner customised their site freely, also it always free

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Hard to use and inconvenience interface for beginner user.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Gianni from Ptrace Security GmbH
Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

August 2018

August 2018

A CMS easy to use.

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Drupal has a very clean interface and a menu relatively easy to navigate. In contrast to other CMS like Wordpress or Joomla, you should not have problems to find what you are looking for in Drupal.

Cons

For some reason, it is a little harder to find good themes for Drupal compared to Wordpress or Joomla.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Erin from Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

August 2018

August 2018

My favorite CMS

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Once I got to know this CMS and how it works, I loved it! I'm not web developer and Drupal has given the power to create more dynamic and robust websites. I have only once ran into a problem that couldn't find the answer in Drupal extensive support forum! It's amazing how everyone helps each other out with CMS. I have not seen any other CMS that has such a robust community of developers and support in the forums.

Cons

It works very differently from other CMSes and is more difficult to get familiarized with than Wordpress. If you need a very simple website, I would recommend WordPress. But if you need a more feature rich website, Drupal is well worth the time investment to learn it.

Review Source: Capterra
 


August 2018

August 2018

Free Open Source CMS, Powerful and complex

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Drupal allows you to relate pages and custom objects together to create very dynamic pages. It's the kind of CMS you want if you manage a lot of different pages that link together. It had great multilingual support and is very stable. It's clean and after some training it's not too difficult to use.

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Overall I think the learning curve for Drupal is much steeper than something more simple like Wordpress, but of course you tend to get more advanced functionality with that added complexity.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Alexander from Reveal Group
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Great flexibility and good for advanced sites

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Very flexible, developer friendly, great for comunities

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A large amount of modules can be used for free and many people maintain them up to date. It is flexible and probably very open to code implementations for complex implementations

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Developer friendly, but not suitable for everyone. It is easier to pick up for someone that has already a development background. It requires a little bit of expertise when installing it, there might be technical details required that are not very common for non-IT background users/admins

Review Source: Capterra
 

Rutuja from Searce Inc
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

July 2018

July 2018

Feature rich CMS

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The feature rich CMS which gives flexibility to develope web apps.
It is purposely used for the websites demanding custom content types and workflows. It gives functionality to create custom workflow rules for content management requirements. We can develop creative websites using it that too in very short time span. It provides the versatility giving features that we can use to develop any web app like, normal website, portals, e-commerce site, anything.

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If you are first time user, it will be really very difficult for you to deal with it. Drupal is having comparatively complex structure for admin side. It gives many features, but again you have to be familiar with it before using it for web development. The simple update module task can become difficult if you are really new to it.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Joaquin from National Electric Corporation of Venezuela (CORPOELEC)

July 2018

July 2018

One of the most robust and secure Web CMS in the market

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The security of having a tool that allows me to deal with almost any web project that requires content management, scalability and security.

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If you have to face the development of an intranet or a medium or complex web project, Drupal is definitely one of the options that you have to consider. It is open source backed by a large community that has been committed for years to a project that is characterized by its flexibility and security. Drupal provides a robust content authoring platform and is capable of handling large numbers of users with clear rules and permits.

One of the bases of Drupal is its system of modules. Eventually, almost any functionality you may need can be added to the system through modules (built based on PHP, JavaScript, HTML and CSS). And yet, I bet you will not even have to develop it, because surely it will already be available among the immense amount of modules that the community has contributed during these years (especially for version 7).

The theme system is another of the important element. If you do not need to develop your own interface from scratch, you can choose one of the large number of free themes available and adapt it to your needs, being able to even configure many features without modifying the source code. Certainly, it does not seem like a very intuitive method, but once you understand it you can implement almost everything you need.

In its latest version, Drupal has been almost completely modernized; it has discarded many failures that hindered its performance and have included in its core many important functionalities that were contributed by modules.

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Drupal can be difficult to deal with for non-developer or technical profile users. Depending on your objectives, the learning curve can be considerable.

The fact of being an almost module-dependent system for most of the functionalities can force you to deal with many configurations, compatibility issues and workflows when you want to implement complex functionalities that may even need several modules working together. As I see it, this is not necessarily a negative thing, but rather the cost of the flexibility and power it gives you.

If the design and the appearance are important in your project, you will have to put a little more effort into the work; unfortunately, many of Drupal's graphic themes do not look as fashionable or in trend as those of WordPress, which is still the leader in this section. It is possible to achieve it, but you will have to dedicate time or pay for it.

As the number of modules and the database grows, the performance of Drupal may be affected, so it is important to learn to keep it in shape and updated, activate the cache and continuously evaluate the relevance and usefulness of each of the added modules. Although it has been greatly optimized with the arrival of Drupal 8, it is not something that should be neglected in medium and large projects.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Dennis from Twofold Media

July 2018

July 2018

Drupal is an incredible web development software. It's ideal for enterprise websites!

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We've used Drupal on multiple web projects before. It has tons of features that are ideal for enterprise style websites. It's level of security tops that of other CMS, allowing it to stand out. Being PHP based, it's easy to heavily customize the software for all your web dev needs.

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The main downside to Drupal is difficulty of use. It's not as straightforward to teach clients like other CMS' are. If the back-end was a bit more standardized, it would definitely feel more complete.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Andrea Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

July 2018

July 2018

Powerful CMS with decent security features.

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Made by geeks so the backend has been thought through and very scalable. Security wise a lot better than wordpress and the open source concentric community makes modules / plugins easier to maintain as there's not just one company devloping / supporting them.

Cons

Is difficult to learn initially (if not a coding background). However drupal 8 has got a lot more front end friendly, looks prettier and is getting easier to implement.

Review Source: GetApp
 

Mike from Drund
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

July 2018

July 2018

Drupal might look like a good option as a CMS, but it's not.

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Pros

The one thing I think Drupal has going for it is it's options for existing plugins and themes, but that's all.

Cons

Writing plugins for Drupal is quite complicated and not developer friendly. I would choose a more optimized CMS like Wordpress if you're shopping CMSes

Review Source: Capterra
 


July 2018

July 2018

Awesome content management system for websites

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Website and blog development

Pros

Drupal provides great extent of features to manage out website content and design website functionalites. Various plugins by number of developers adds advanced features to the website

Cons

Drupal needs great amount of technical knowledge to set up and usage of the platform. Paid plugins subscription is costlier according to features they provide

Review Source: Capterra