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Drupal or SharePoint: Which Platform is Better For You?

by Tech Geekk writer
Nearly everything in the world around us is deeply impacted by technology and its rapid evolution, especially businesses. Today, companies don’t have to ensure the delivery of top quality offerings simply ensure the delivery of high-quality offerings, but also carefully strategize every single thing in their operations, especially when it concerns their consumers. Customers’ ever-evolving requirements have driven a lot of elements across the corporate world, such as high-quality enterprise websites. Yep, because unless a company can operate seamlessly internally, how will it deliver the requisite quality to those that it serves, right. It, then, brings us to another critical concern for enterprises across the globe: Which platform should one choose for their business?
Of course, there is no dearth of such platforms in the market, but the choice often comes down to just two names: Drupal and SharePoint. These are two of the most robust platforms, with each offering top-notch features and functionalities. But where does one go from here? A choice must be made, after all. First things first — the choice is highly individual, i.e., the ultimate decision will and should be based on the company’s different expectations and requirements. But besides that, it does help to understand which one of the two may be better suited for your needs. Hence, we put together this quick guide that will help make that decision a tad easy for you.
    1. Complexity: SharePoint is quite simple when you are getting started with it and allows you to complete fundamental tasks without a fuss. But when you transition into more complex activities, things can get tricky very quickly with SharePoint — at least without an expert’s assistance. Drupal, on the other hand, is renowned for its consistency once you wrap your head around how to use it. It may seem complicated at first, but once you know how to use it, it is all smooth sailing from thereon.
    2. Cost: It is one of the most crucial factors for any company that is looking to take up resources suitable for the enterprise. Drupal has a leg over SharePoint in this regard because it is free to use, which is because it is an open-source framework. Whereas you have to pay to use SharePoint, Microsoft offers a variety of payment options for it, in any case.
    3. Market share: Another reliable benchmark is the solution’s market share, for its popularity is reflective of its abilities to a certain extent. We will start with SharePoint — it supports roughly 4,500 websites. It translates into a market share of 3.1 percent. Drupal, however, has been used to make over 1.3 lakh websites in the world. It means a market share of 97.02 percent.  

The above guide demonstrates that Drupal website development would be a better option. And yet, we can not stress enough that the final decision must only be taken after you have carefully analyzed your business’ needs and compared them against the two options on hand.

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