Best Practices for System and Group Administrators

Join Rego’s expert guides as they explore Adobe Workfront Enterprise Controls and the value that they give your organization.

Whether you are a System Administrator or Group Administrator, new to this functionality, or investigating novel ways to increase value with your Workfront solution, follow us as we dive into both the basics and more complex solutions that these tools enable for other Rego clients. Topics covered will include:

  • Workfront Enterprise Controls: what are they, and what do they do?
  • Enterprise Controls and their impact on the governance of your Workfront solution
  • Use cases and solution exploration as best practices
  • Future releases and enhancements



Matt Barnes
Sr. Engagement Manager
Rego Consulting

With more than 25 years of industry and business consulting experience, Matt has spent the last seven of those working with business leaders across many industries to ensure their success and value realization with Adobe Workfront products. He is currently a Sr. Engagement Manager at Rego Consulting and a certified Workfront consultant.


Krupa Shah
Sr. Solutions Consultant
Rego Consulting

Krupa Shah is a Project and Portfolio Management subject matter expert with extensive expertise in Gartner leading tools, including Adobe Workfront, Clarity, and HP PPMC. As an enterprise-focused strategic leader, Krupa has over fifteen years of experience driving enterprise application deployments, including consulting best practices, governance, program management, global team management, software development, and exceeding customer expectations. Her background includes project, portfolio, resource, capacity and work management, metrics, dashboards, and processes. Krupa brings a wealth of knowledge to implementing new processes and technology based on industry standards and guidance from Gartner, the PMO Council, and the Executive Advisory Board. Before joining Rego, Krupa managed the enterprise standards and implementation of Clarity for 9,000 users and fifteen business units at a Fortune 500 company.