Power BI Administration has to do with managing, configuring, provisioning, organizing the Power BI tenant’s policies, usage, licenses, capacities and resources. The Power BI itself was specifically designed to businesses that want to take care of their own intelligence, data, processes, and policies.
An administrator of this system is there to help your organization meet critical goals. As such they can help you understand what KPIs (key performance indicators) and metrics you need. Once you know this they’ll be able to quickly deliver these reports to you. In doing so they’ll increase your ROI (return on investment).
With all the tasks (8 major tasks with other minor ones not included herein) that must be done to make this happen, there are 5 different roles an administrator may have. Fortunately, there are a lot of tools that will help your administrator quickly and accurately complete these tasks for your business.