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A Symfony Shop Embraces Drupal 8 & Gets Down to Business

Chris Jolly, CTO Ontraq Europe, and his company have a strong technical background, going back to "old school" (pre-internet) IT. Their main focus until now has been eCommerce, Symfony, and solving hard problems like legacy-system integrations. Now, thanks to its use of Symfony framework components, they've started using Drupal 8 as their content management technology of choice! Chris and I talked at DrupalCon Amsterdam about getting there and what they're up to now.

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10 Reasons Enterprise Marketers Choose Drupal

Cross-posted with permission from Mediacurrent

As marketers, you understand the importance of having a system that promotes ease and efficiency when it comes to implementing marketing processes. You want to create content once and use it over and over in different ways to create contextual user experiences.

Building a Scalable Web Engagement Architecture with Drupal and Salesforce: a Case Study of SCORE.org

Building a Scalable Web Engagement Architecture with Drupal and Salesforce: a Case Study of SCORE.org

Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the US Small Business Administration since 1964, SCORE is a network of over 13,000 volunteers that provides business consulting to more than 500,000 entrepreneurs. As part of it's goal to scale to support more than one million entrepreneurs by 2013, SCORE knew it needed to make the web the primary channel for delivering its educational services and managing the work of its growing volunteer base.

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Building a Scalable Web Engagement Architecture with Drupal and Salesforce: a Case Study of SCORE.org

Building a Scalable Web Engagement Architecture with Drupal and Salesforce: a Case Study of SCORE.org

Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the US Small Business Administration since 1964, SCORE is a network of over 13,000 volunteers that provides business consulting to more than 500,000 entrepreneurs. As part of it's goal to scale to support more than one million entrepreneurs by 2013, SCORE knew it needed to make the web the primary channel for delivering its educational services and managing the work of its growing volunteer base.

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Bring real time interactivity to Drupal with Node.js integration

Drupal is a powerful, flexible platform for building applications, but not something that handles realtime notifications easily. Node.js is a breath of fresh air in the Open Source web server landscape. It makes writing applications that handle thousands of open connections at the same time easily.

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Google Plus & Drupal = Done.

I love Google+. I know some people are underwhelmed from all the hype. But I like it. It may or may not be for the fact I have some abnormal dislike of Facebook (which I do). But I just think it's better. Easier to manage “circles” of all my different friends, family, co-workers, and strangers I meet in the street; easier to share photos (I already used Picasa); and just easier all around. It's the better way to social networking!

Loopfuse and Acquia Bring Marketing Automation to Drupal

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Sunday, December 21, 2014
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CMS Wire

Loopfuse and Acquia have announced the availability of the Loopfuse Integration module for Drupal. The module links Drupal installations to the commercial Loopfuse OneView automated marketing product. The module, funded by Acquia and Loopfuse, was developed to connect the Acquia website to OneView, and has been donated to the Drupal community and is available to download at Drupal.org.

Loopfuse OneView is aimed at small to medium-size organizations, offering an ‘all-in-one’ online marketing and sales solution. Oneview is a ‘full-featured marketing automation suite’, incorporating marketing campaign implementation and tracking, generating and tracking leads from a Website, full analytics support, and CRM integration with ‘most major vendors’.

We think this is a pretty good example of the Drupal project benefitting from Acquia’s forays into the commercial realm.

Open source mash-up: Zimbra + SugarCRM, Loopfuse + Acquia

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Sunday, December 21, 2014
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CNET

It's a good day for those running more than one open-source application in-house, particularly if you're into Zimbra (email), SugarCRM (CRM), Loopfuse (marketing automation), or Acquia (Drupal-based content management company). I've long felt that open-source integration is best done in cases of mutual self-interest, and not by committee fiat.

First, Loopfuse-plus-Acquia/Drupal:

LoopFuse and Acquia today announced the availability of the LoopFuse OneView integration module for Drupal, enabling marketing organizations to seamlessly extend their LoopFuse marketing automation processes across their Drupal web sites. Taking advantage of LoopFuse's web analytics and campaign management capabilities, Drupal site owners can track activities and connect directly with customers who participate in their community-based web sites.

As an increasing array of companies use Drupal to build collaborative websites, the need to monetize those using marketing automation tools like Loopfuse also grows. This is a great way to get the most from your Drupal investment.