Great insights. Thanks for the head slap that I knew some Monk would provide given the nature of a post like this.
I have a feeling your customers' concern has less to do with Perl per se, but perhaps more with the fact that you use your own homegrown custom CMS.
I think that about sums it up. And your challenge of comparing a CMS off-the-shelf vs a custom one is a good one. I have showed them live demos of both Joomla and mine and I think they see the profound differences (the publishing model of all the aforementioned PHP CMS's, and mine where if you want a new page you create a new page and not an "article"). I explain that ours came out of a request from client using Joomla and it was just too complicated for the folks in their office trying to keep up the site.
So, I have a viable product, I just need to put it all in the most favorable light and position it as something simple and intuitive...and easy to maintain.
"The important work of moving the world forward does not wait to be done by perfect men." George Eliot
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