As Microsoft moves further away from its original role as an operating system and more into its new planned position as business solutions provider, a host of new protocols and programs are gradually taking center stage. Power BI is one of that crop of new entrants into the field of business analytics.
Needless to say, the creation of a new Microsoft business analytics suite automatically creates a need for persons who are capable of understanding and operating the newly designed tools. Since these positions are likely to be at large, high tech firms, they are well remunerated. It thus behooves someone interested in making a career in business management to learn all of the ins and outs of Power BI Administration. Overall, this generally entails combining the skills of a System Adminstrator with those of a Data Analyst and then plugging the results into an easily-distributed form via the Power BI suite itself.