Innovation Driven by Education

Ink Labs, the company behind uTeach, was founded to address the gap between the promise and reality of technology. True engagement and productivity gains demand simple, elegant technology, and experts who can recommend, deliver, deploy and train in its use. It should enhance the experience, not run it.

You have an obligation to so many stakeholders: the students and teachers who use the technology, and the taxpayers who fund them. We’re committed to helping you select the right technology, and ensure it’s adopted in a way that improves engagement and learning.


Chirag Desai


Chirag (“Chi”) is an experienced technology entrepreneur and operator currently focused on scaling SaaS and tech enabled companies in education and cyber sectors. As the founding partner of a management consultancy, he also serves in executive positions as growth and finance advisor to several companies. 

Bill Naab

co founder & Chief Innovation Officer

Bill is a former classroom teacher with more than 25 years of experience in the education technology sector.  He has worked with tens of thousands of educators and hundreds of companies across the country to create and craft technology solutions with a laser sharp focus on improving student learning and enhancing teacher instruction.  His fingerprints can be found in countless classrooms across the nation and his impact has been felt worldwide.

Akash Desai


Akash has founded and exited two high-growth SaaS companies with exit amounts in eight figures. He has done this with absolutely no outside investment – opting for focused action, customer-centrism, and sales over fundraising.

Mike Bayba


A high school history and economics teacher for 6 years, Mike went on to work at the Western New York Regional Information Center for 9 years. Mike was in charge of the Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Distance Learning Program for 22 years, during which time he served as Co-President of the NYS Distance Learning Consortium, as well as president of the BOCES’ Administrative Management Association. Under his leadership, the DL program expanded from 13 to 21 schools,  and offered courses across all curricula. 

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