Drupal for Enterprise and Government.
Drupal in Australian government
Drupal is undoubtedly the most widely-used platform for Australian government agencies because of one simple reason: GovCMS.
GovCMS is a CMS and hosting platform based on Drupal that is used by local, state and federal government agencies to deliver cost effective and 100% scalable websites. Its feature set is designed specifically for the needs of government, and it meets all of the strict security and quality requirements right out of the box.
With this sort of backing, it’s hard to imagine why a government department would use anything else. If you are a government agency based in Perth and looking to develop an online platform, contact us to discuss GovCMS today.
Drupal in enterprise
With the number of agencies in existence supporting GovCMS, Drupal is a safe bet for large business and enterprise. It also happens to be one of the most powerful choices, not to mention the most cost-effective!
Drupal has a long established reputation as a tool for developers. It is designed from the ground up as a framework for developers to deliver world-class content management experiences. And unlike the closed-source, commercial offerings, Drupal is 100% open source, so you really can build anything you could ever require.
Because it is open source, it can also be much more cost-effective than the commercial CMSes. Some of the commercial products cost hundreds of thousands just in licensing fees, and that’s before you’ve even written a single line of code.
Furthermore, Drupal is just as capable as any of the commercial products in terms of its featureset. With over 40,000 addon modules in the marketplace, and the support of Acquia delivering a range of enterprise-grade services such as Acquia Lift and Acquia Journey, Drupal fills a unique spot in the marketplace of having one of the largest developer communities on the planet (with everything that comes with, such as module support and developer availability), but genuinely competes in the enterprise space in terms of its feature set.
Where do we begin?
Assembler is a small business, working our way into the large business and enterprise space, and we’d love the opportunity to have a chat about your requirements. If we can’t help, our experience working in the “big agency” sector can help guide you, but either way, if you’re looking at Drupal, give us a call, we’re only too happy to help.