Drupal is the open source content management system (CMS) that probably has the largest community behind it and thus is the most powerful. If we hadn't built the Site Management Console (SMC), Drupal is the platform that we would likely go to for most of our projects.
But we did build the SMC and we continue to use the SMC over Drupal, so you might ask why would we dedicate a page to Drupal development on our site? Just because our development team isn't as proficient on Drupal as they are on the SMC doesn't mean we cannot work with you or the platform. We have Drupal clients and we are able to service them just as we do any other CMS.
Some food for thought if you are contemplating a Drupal website:
As mentioned in Does CMS Still Matter, it is important to build your custom website on a CMS but which one you choose shouldn't be "deal breaker" material. If you already have a Drupal website, love the platform, and are looking for a redesign, then it's understandable to want to stay with something familiar. If you're not binded to Drupal then don't hesitate to try something new either.
My goal is to double revenue from the site in the next 2 years. Now that Five Technology has built me this powerful portal management web application, I am able to streamline the process of publishing content.Paul Taylor III, SurvivingMold.com
The staff at Five Technology has been wonderful to work with. They are receptive to the needs of the school district and willing to work within our budget. They have gone above and beyond to make sure we are satisfied with the product they are delivering.Traci Lawman, Delano Public Schools
Wow, the transition to the new system was seamless. Kudos to everyone that worked this out. Thank you very much!Vicki Adney, Reck Agri
We have had many comments from our community on the ease of use of navigation and they really have enjoyed the new look and layout. Our staff certainly has benefited as we have used the website more and more as a communication device to our school patrons. I look forward to taking full advantage of the student section for our classes, hopefully next year.Paul Ludwig, Delano Public Schools