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  1. sam
    sam avatar
    102 posts
    31 Jan 2008
    01 Mar 2009
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    I am working at a company that is currently mad on drupal. We only have to devs that are both .net and I am trying to push SiteFinity. But my manager and content editors think Drupal is the best thing since sliced bread.

    Does anyone out there have some compaling arguments, which i can use to get them off this php product??
  2. Ivan
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    478 posts
    16 Jun 2015
    02 Mar 2009
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    Hello sam,

    developers generally love Sitefinity, because they get it even from looking at the idea and features list. With business users, we find it best to show them videos or set up a small prototype (perhaps using one of the templates that comes with Sitefinity) and have them try it.

    In our experience, business users fell very fast in love with Sitefinity once they realize the power it gives them when it comes to the control of their online presence. Also, you may want to schedule a presentation with one of our representatives which will focus more on the end user features.

    I hope this helps. Let us know if there is anything else we can do for you.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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