Drupal is a powerful and adaptable open source software platform used by over 250,000 developers globally. It provides enhanced integration, customisation and faster development for all sorts of web projects from simple Blog sites, to online communities, e-commerce applications, intranet systems and much, much more.
Building a web application using an open source tool like Drupal can be compared to building your web application out of lego. With Drupal there are around 18,000 user contributed modules available, each of which can be easily plugged in and configured to add functionality to your website or application. The range and variety of modules available for Drupal gives developers total flexibility to build to an organisation's specific requirements.
The 'open' approach of Drupal and the large and active developer community mean you can be confident that you are building on a platform that will be able to adapt to and integrate with future technologies as they emerge and you won't be ever be tied to one supplier to maintain and develop your site.
Not only does Drupal bring together tools to manage web content, online communities and e-commerce, it also brings many other benefits to businesses and organisations.
- Drupal is very search engine friendly.
- Drupal is kept secure thanks to a dedicated security team.
- Drupal is a powerful and versatile content management system.
- Drupal is built to integrate easily with thousands of other software systems.
- The flexibility of Drupal means you get more for your money.
- Drupal is scalable from a basic blog to an enterprise applications with million of users
- Drupal has an established and growing community of developers.
- Drupal is fully international making it easy to create and manage multi-language sites.
Drupal is currently implemented on thousands of multi-user organisational and community sites and is a system of choice for organisations such as:
United Nations, Yahoo, MTV Europe, Amnesty International, Warner Brothers, Coalition for Change, NATO, e-Learning Institute and the UK Office of the European Parliament.
For more information about Drupal please visit: www.drupal.org