How is it that the Drupal CMS has become an absolute powerhouse so quickly? There is a good, non-technical reason for this. Drupal itself is free and runs largely on the contributions of a community of nearly a million developers. Hard to believe? It's called open source, a popular way of working in the IT landscape.
Unlike classic companies that offer their CMS as a classic software package, Drupal's source code is freely downloadable and in theory anyone can contribute and add improvements. This is usually done in the form of modules: small building blocks that add extra functionality to the existing basic product. In this way, you can use a Lego model to add all the relevant blocks for your website, until it is just right. The possibilities offered by modules are virtually endless.
This is also the reason why Drupal is more than just a system to build websites with. In recent years, the idea has become more widespread that it is better to integrate as well as possible with all other possible systems - from accounting and invoicing over chatbots to CRM and marketing tools. Thanks to scalability, a Drupal website can grow with your organization - for freelancers and startups as well as growth SMEs and large corporations.