Right now, Drupal is surging. Ever since WhiteHouse.gov was relaunched in Drupal, it has gained significant credibility as a secure, enterprise-level web content management system that could effectively serve the needs of federal agencies. The list of federal and state agencies powering their websites by Drupal is growing rapidly:
There are a ton of commercial and nonprofit organizations implementing Drupal as well. The list grows every day.
At inQbation, we recognize the growing demand for Drupal implementations and service. We are proud members of Drupal Association and take every opportunity to implement Drupal when appropriate, develop custom Drupal modules and themes, and send our own developers to Drupalcons, Drupalcamps, and Aquia-sponsored Drupal events.
We are Drupal experts and have contributed to dozens of successful Drupal implementations for federal government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and commercial entities.
So, if you plan to build a complex web application that not only needs to serve pages of content but also deliver functionality above and beyond a simple CMS and security is extraordinarily important to you, or you have a large group of web content providers whom you need to isolate, then Drupal might be the better choice of open source web content management systems.
*According to BuiltWith trends, which analyzes and records the technologies used to power the most popular websites around the world.