My company is dealing with a similar issue, we simply aren’t large enough for premium capacity, and there is a large group of people who won’t use PowerBi frequently enough to justify individual Pro licensing.
Our solution is similar to what @kkrj.ankit described.
Our management team, and some supervisors have their own unique logins (using Pro licensing)
Our sales teams have shared logins (different divisions have different logins)
The appropriate reports are shared to each email profile.
The downsides to the shared login approach are:
- I have no idea who is logging into the report from the shared profile
- I have to be careful about using role-level security, unless it is basically a question of -
Does a sales person get to see this, or is it only suitable for managers?
We also have a third group of people, who don’t need to drill into the data, they just need a PDF snapshot of it every day. For those people, I have set up an email subscription of the report, into my email, and then added a rule to my email box to forward that email out to an email group when it arrives in my Outlook.
Report sharing can be challenging from the small-to-mid business level, so I share your pain.