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I do believe Drupal can be great for large organisations with big budgets that require a lot of custom code.

But my point is that Drupal is equally great for small/medium sized organisations that hit a wall trying to use Wordpress or Wix.

For example I've built a Drupal website for a federation of medical specialists where they wanted to privately share content within groups. Doing this with Wordpress or Wix is (nearly) impossible. This is where the flexibility of Drupal comes in. Instead of spending a big chunk of the budget on custom code to create this functionality you can use already available modules. 

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