BrainStorm Software says this strategy can be a game-changer for businesses

The automotive industry is no stranger to the challenges posed by staff shortages.
As a labour-intensive sector with diverse job roles requiring specialised skills, the industry can greatly benefit from the integration of AI technologies to mitigate these shortages.
From streamlining operations to enhancing decision-making, AI-powered tools offer a wide range of applications to bridge the gap created by staff shortages.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of BrainStorm Software, Ty Osborne, believes that if you are not using AI in any form to help transform your business, then you will be left behind.
“Even using something as simple as ChatGTP can give companies back so much time, whether it is writing your manuals and processes, an email, or your marketing plan, it can contribute in so many ways,” Ty said.
There exist alternative AI technologies that might not be as accessible or user-friendly as ChatGTP; nevertheless, these technologies can ultimately enhance your company’s operational efficiency by requiring fewer personnel, says BrainStorm Software.
Depending on your business, some of the AI technologies that are out there include Robotic Automation in Manufacturing: Predictive Maintenance, Quality Control and Inspection, Supply Chain Optimisation, VR Training, Autonomous Vehicles Development and Data Driven Decision Making.
AI-powered robots and automation systems can handle various tasks on the production line, from welding and painting to assembly and quality control.
These robots can work alongside human workers, taking over repetitive and physically demanding tasks, thereby increasing production efficiency, and reducing the reliance on a large workforce.
Maintaining the machinery and equipment in an automotive manufacturing facility is crucial for minimising downtime.
AI-driven predictive maintenance systems can monitor the condition of machines in real time, analysing data to predict when maintenance is needed.
This helps prevent unexpected breakdowns, ensuring that the existing workforce can focus on value-added tasks rather than reactive repairs.
AI can analyse large datasets to provide insights into various aspects of the automotive industry, such as market trends, consumer preferences, and emerging technologies.
This data-driven decision-making can help automotive companies optimise their strategies, allocate resources more effectively, and adapt to changing market conditions.
“Be sure to stay up to date with the latest AI technologies, as there are plenty out there that you can utilise already to assist with saving your company time and ultimately help with your workforce,” Ty said.
BrainStorm Software is a digital transformation company which says it is revolutionising the Enterprise Resource Planning Software (ERP) landscape for distribution and manufacturing businesses and uses AI technology to transform its own and other companies every day.
In addition to delivering many successful Infor CSI ERP implementations, BrainStorm has also developed a unique platform that extends any ERP with its proprietary BRAiN (AI), technology.
Using the BRAiN, it has developed many solutions to meet specific Automotive industry needs, such as MoBI, a sales management, order entry and CRM solution; B2B eCommerce Portals; WaBI, a Mobile WMS; CoBI, a product configurator; and many more.
BrainStorm Software states it saved its Automotive clients over $100 million dollars last year.

For more information, visit www.brainstormit.com.au