Drupal Review

It's your CMS if you're concerned with enterprise-level security, but the existing plugins don't cover all areas.

Valuable Features

- Ease of Customization

- Expandability

Improvements to My Organization

- Company website build in Drupal

Room for Improvement

- Drupal Community and Forums not as easy and straightforward as Wordpress

- The number of areas covered by existing plugins should be larger

- Resource Hungry, compared to Wordpress

Use of Solution

2 years

Deployment Issues

No issues

Stability Issues

No issues

Scalability Issues

No issues

Customer Service and Technical Support

Customer Service:

Not needed

Technical Support:

Not needed

Previous Solutions

Joomla, Wordpress. I typically use Wordpress for smaller websites, with less customization required and Drupal for larger websites that may need to expand in the future.

Initial Setup


Implementation Team

In house



Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing

Drupal is Free.

Other Solutions Considered

Joomla, Wordpress

Other Advice

Make sure you know what kind of website you want to build and who will be using it.

It is good to note the following:

- Drupal has enterprise level security. Numerous government websites are build on Drupal so if security is a number one priority Drupal is your CMS

- As far as SEO is concerned, things can go really bad for Drupal if the developer does not know what he/she is doing, or does not understand customer needs. If SEO is done correctly Drupal is as good for SEO as any other CMS

- Use Drupal if expandability is a must or if you are building a large website with various kinds of functionality. For smaller websites and blogs, Wordpress is king.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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