Learning SAP BI after having 5 years of exp in Support

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Hello Friends , I have around 5 years of exp in IT industry and have worked mostly in support . For past 3 years I have been working in Shell scripting for a support project for a very reputed company . Earlier I have worked in Oracle PL/Sql and Informatica for a data warehousing project . I have done my MCA from one of the NITs . I want to jump into the SAP BI , will that be a good option for me ? I talked to one of my friends about it and he says that it has some similarities with informatica and will be easier for me to learn . How is the market of SAP BI in current situation and in coming 5-10 years ? Please suggest me . Regards, Anurag

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