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A financial cooperative with deep roots in the community, Caisse Desjardins des Technologies de l'information has 4,065 members. Each caisse member is also a co-owner of the caisse. Find out more about caisse operations.
Caisse Desjardins des Technologies de l'information was started by and for IT professionals to meet the needs of IT businesses, employees, self-employed workers and students, and to benefit the IT industry by providing financial products and services and being active in the community.
Anyone in the computer, video game, web, applications, multimedia, database, virtual reality, connected objects and web marketing industry.
Our advisors know the IT industry and are able to provide you with a customized service.
Modern, engaged, cooperative, efficient and innovative.
Resulting of a merger between the Caisses de La Tuque and de Shawinigan with a satellite location in Montreal, Caisse des Technologies de l'information strives to better serve its members and the IT industry.
With a deep understanding and long-term vision of a vast industry that includes computers, video games, web, applications and web marketing, the caisse contributes to the development of a fast-evolving and growing field in Quebec.
Our proximity and quality of service are bolstered by our caisse's future technological innovations and by the IT knowledge of our employees. Furthermore, the caisse is committed to supporting many related causes like employability and fighting Internet addiction.
Caisse des Technologies de l'information continues to focus on its understanding of the IT industry and of where its members are coming from to fully meet their needs.
The information provided here is for demonstration purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional advice.
Before making investment decisions, you are advised to speak with your caisse advisor or your account manager at a Desjardins Business centre.
The information contained in this section should in no way be considered as advice or a recommendation by Desjardins Securities Inc. or Disnat.