When you start a new project, you want your client to be happy with your solution because then you’ll get paid for what you’ve delivered. But what if your customer isn’t happy with your project results? Most likely, you won’t get paid the full amount of your order.
In 2014 I got in contact with many other Drupal shops. We had lots of great discussions about the future of Drupal, the future of ERPAL and the industries other than publishing that could definitely take advantage of Drupal.
The year 2014 was entirely about flexible and open business applications based on Drupal - and we’ll continue to follow this vision in 2015.
During the past few weeks, automated security updates have been one of the hotly debated topics in the Drupal community.
Whether you’re a startup or an already-established business that wants to start selling online, Drupal has all the tools you need. It provides flexible modules for building e-commerce features and for defining workflows, data structures and lists, and displays.