We all have tools we know and love. And we’re often struggling to solve the same problems over and over, whether it’s for clients or our own products/projects. This is the story of how our team settled on the open source cms, Drupal, as a hub and developed our own “flavor” to build and iterate on so we weren’t recreating the wheel each time. Whether it’s Drupal + a new front-end framework, Drupal + marketing software, Drupal + CRM, we don’t have to start from scratch anymore.
Aubrie Hill (https://www.elevatedthird.com/about/team/aubrie-hill)
Jill Farley (https://www.elevatedthird.com/about/team/jill-farley)
Laurel Streng (https://www.elevatedthird.com/about/team/laurel-streng)
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