Our goal is to create lasting partnerships with merchants using payment services and help them reduce monthly card transaction costs by implementing best practices for managing payment services and solutions while prioritizing the simplicity of processes.


  • Transparency
  • Simplicity
  • Kindness
  • Integrity


Our team has 20 years of experience in the payment industry. We’ve helped numerous customers set up in-store and online payment and financing solutions, as well as gift card programs. Our experts are masters in the art of decoding and simplifying industry jargon, enabling customers to fully understand the nuances of the many payment solutions available to them.

« Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. » – Albert Einstein



Born in October 1981, Gabriel Baker is an energetic and dynamic individual. His exceptional interpersonal skills and entrepreneurial spirit, combined with perseverance and creativity, have allowed him to build a successful career.

At the age of 8, Baker launched a snow removal and landscaping business, which he continued for a few years. At 15, he started working part-time at McDonald’s. He worked there for several years, advancing into management positions. He was even named the youngest assistant manager in the history of the company.

At 19, Baker went to work with Fortier Auto. During the interview process, he impressed the company’s management team, occupying several different positions over ten years. When he left, he was the Assistant Sales Manager, supervising the largest team of credit specialists in the province.

At 29, Baker joined the Desjardins Group as the provincial manager of the business development team for point-of-sale financing. He was assigned to implement a new solution that would revolutionize how the company did business. Baker and his team succeeded in surpassing all previously established benchmarks for three consecutive years.

A few years later, Baker joined the business development department within Dejardins to handle payment and financing solutions. He made his mark by implementing innovative solutions in the automotive and recreational vehicle industries.

Over the years, Baker has continued to challenge himself and push his limits. The following quote by Marc Levy captures Baker’s professional philosophy: “Some men see things as they are and ask, “Why?” I dream things that never were and ask, “Why not?”


Vice President

Born in November 1975, Valérie has always been reserved and calm. She’s impeccably organized and has a keen eye for detail.
Since she was a teenager, she has excelled in several positions, including as an assistant manager for Ardene and a clothing purchasing and inventory manager for two Yvon Gilbert Sports Inc. stores with a stint in accounts receivable. She also spent time as a credit officer for Dickie Moore Rentals. Her adaptability, her perseverance and her will to succeed have always been a source of motivation.
She spent eight years in the granite industry, where she implemented new work methods to increase employee efficiency and productivity. She then moved into the role of Business Development Manager at Global Payments, where she worked for six years. Her ability to build key partnerships through transparency, integrity, determination and professionalism led her to the President’s Club for several consecutive years.
At 37, Roy was recruited by Desjardins to support the company’s transition in the sale of new payment solutions. Her expertise in the field and unique vision were highly sought-after assets. She began working in the business development department for major accounts related to payment and financing solutions. She exceeded the department’s objectives for four consecutive years. She then joined Desjardins’ Business Relations team, where she gained recognition for her value-proven innovations, transparency and ability to connect with customers. In every task,Valérie has adapted to challenges and exceeded goals.

In her professional life, Roy lives by this motto: « “If you never try, you’ll never succeed; but if you try, you risk surprising yourself.” (Charles Augustin St-Beauve)