Empowering Non Profits with Drupal CMS

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Empowering Non Profits with Drupal CMS

  1. 1. How Drupal Can Empower Non-Profit Piyush Poddar Monsoon Consulting
  2. 2. What is Drupal?
  3. 3. What is Drupal ? Content Management System Content Management Framework Many people call Drupal a content management system because it can store and display content for websites. Drupal is more closely described as a content management framework. It is an empty canvas that can be configured to meet any information management requirements.
  4. 4. Drupal Association Commitments When Drupal became mainstream, a formal organization was formed to ensure the stability and future success of the technology. The Drupal Association has committed to ensuring that all components of the Drupal core adhere to WCAG 2.0 and ATAG 2.0. What is Drupal ?
  5. 5. Drupal Interface
  6. 6. Drupal Interface
  7. 7. Drupal Interface
  8. 8. Drupal Interface
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  11. 11. Drupal Interface
  12. 12. AdvantageDrupal
  13. 13. AdvantageDrupal Cost Drupal is free. Drupal modules are free. Drupal Templates are also free. Accessibility The Drupal Association has committed to ensuring that all core features are WCAG 2.0 and ATAG 2.0 compliant Content Management Frameworks have changed the way organizations manage their websites. We no longer depend on low-level programmers to maintain our Internet presence. Templates The layered system flow of Drupal allows us to update the visual component on our systems without changing the business logic. Semantic Data Built-in taxonomies allow for content categorization and tagging. Content that is tagged is much easier to find.
  14. 14. AdvantageDrupal Collaborative The modular nature of Drupal allows us to share our code and templates across organizations. No need to build anything twice. Extendable There are 9,500 modules that extend the Drupal core. Popular functionality is very well supported. Content Management Frameworks have changed the way organizations manage their websites. We no longer depend on low-level programmers to maintain our Internet presence. Flexible Drupal starts as a blank canvas and can evolve into any type of system. It can be a tool for managing our websites, or a data entry and reporting system.
  15. 15. Features for Non-Profits
  16. 16. Features for Non-Profits Content Management System Ecommerce & Donations Content Syndication (RSS, Twitter) CRM Integration ( CivicCRM) External Integration (extensibility) Media handling (exp. External ) Multi Language Support Multi Site architecture Community ( blogs, forums & profiles) Tiered and nuanced access control Pluggable core systems Responsive design capabilities (extensible) …more
  17. 17. Non-Profits examples
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  25. 25. Questions?

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