Louisiana Technology Park Incubator Admits Software Development Company Impression Works

Software development company Impression Works has been newly admitted into the technology incubator at the Louisiana Technology Park in Baton Rouge after previously residing as a Tech Park U client. The company will be developing its proprietary platform called My Life.

Impression WorksMy Life is a platform that enables users to customize photoproducts such as photo books, calendars, greeting cards and posters with proceeds going to support a specific cause. It is currently used by schools, churches, nonprofits and scouting organizations across the country.

Prior to developing My Life, Impression Works created and launched desktop and mobile applications “that are making a positive impact for an array of industries while leaving a lasting impression on users worldwide,” explains the Tech Park.

“Through an easy-to-use online platform or iOS app, consumers can choose from thousands of unique designs, upload photos from their PC, or social media sites like Facebook and Instagram, and have a customized photo keepsake book delivered to their door in a matter of weeks,” continued the Tech Park in a release. “Through their non-profit partnership program, up to 50% of the sale goes back to the non-profit where the online store is located.”

Founder Travis Broussard is a serial entrepreneur known for launching a number of other software platforms in the area, including Mobile Job Force.