[consulting] Selling Drupal to consultants

Larry Garfield larry at garfieldtech.com
Mon Feb 13 18:56:55 UTC 2006

On Mon, February 13, 2006 10:56 am, Gregory Heller said:
> Larry Garfield wrote:
>> On Monday 13 February 2006 01:03, Dan Robinson wrote:
>>>> a firm no but mostly have gotten waffling "we'll see".
>>> well you could always take the drupal code base and fork it :).  I mean
>>> what is their business model?  Are they in the business of creating a
>>> new CMS - doesn't seem very swift to me.
>> We're in the business of building sites for clients.  The CMS is a means
>> to an
>> end. :-)
> If your business is building sites for clients, and not licensing a cms
> that the choice to go with a pre-built CMS like drupal would seem to me
> to be a no brainer.

Well, part of our selling point is "you can edit pages yourself without
breaking the template, isn't that cool?" and other things along those
lines.  So a CMS is integral to the business, but really any CMS should
do, if it's sufficiently flexible.

--Larry Garfield

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