Customers interact with your business across a variety of touch points. And it is imperative that they receive a consistent and intuitive experience at each interaction, no matter what the interface. So the way you present your content across digital properties has to be highly customized for each channel.
But is that possible with a monolithic Drupal architecture?
While Drupal is one of the most powerful enterprise content management systems today, it’s front-end capabilities, are a tad bit restrictive.
Enter Decoupled Drupal.
This puts Drupal at the center, as content repository, that powers content delivery to a host of decoupled applications: browser apps, native apps, IoT devices, wearables, in-store display, in-flight entertainment, digital signage and more. And each of these applications are independent of the Drupal backend, and use its own frontend technology of choice to render the information for the end user.
Drupal also supports a host of web-service APIs and SDKs, that can enable the conversation between your Drupal backend and decoupled applications:
What Does Decoupled Drupal Mean for Enterprises?
Write Once, Publish Anywhere
A decoupled architecture allows content delivery at scale, without your content teams having to spend additional time and effort. Create the content you want and store it on Drupal. This one piece of content can be used across any one of your digital channels in the most optimal formats. And it can be delivered to new channels and interfaces that you might not have even thought of yet.
A decoupled Drupal architecture frees your front-end developers from the restrictions of a Drupal backend. If your enterprise applications aim to offer a highly interactive user experience and need extensive client-side rendering, a decoupled architecture allows you to do that in any technology of your choice.
Easy to Change
With independent backend and frontend systems, you can quickly change your applications’ appearance and user experience, without taking on the mammoth task of changing your CMS. While
Your application load times are significantly reduced, because the backend is now extremely streamlined, and the display-logic is shifted to the client-side.
Srijan’s expert Drupal teams help enterprises assess their current architecture, and identify if decoupled is the way to go. Post assessment, we work to set up a complete Decoupled Drupal architecture, based on your exact business requirements.
Get ready to deliver immersive online experiences across customer touchpoints. Let’s get the discussion started on implementing Decoupled Drupal for your enterprise.