At a Glance.png

Picture6.png

We live and breathe sales development to feed your pipeline.

We specialize in converting conversations into early stage sales opportunities — whether it be engaging a net new prospect or an inbound marketing lead that just needs a little more time and diligent follow-up.

With five employees, eCoast was founded in Portsmouth, NH in 2000 as an outsourced demand generation company focused specifically on the networking industry.

Over the years we became an industry leader by developing our best practices and expanding both our customer base and service portfolio to meet the ever-changing technology market. We pride ourselves on designing innovative programs based on the business needs of our clients and their target market and buyers. While our methodology drives the process, every client is unique and has their own specific sales challenges — both internal and external — that we help solve. We are not a one size fits all shop.

Today, our team includes sales specialists in SaaS, digital transformation, cybersecurity, data analytics, networking, unified communications, data storage/virtualization, high-tech products, and IT managed services.


We’ve executed thousands of successful revenue generation programs for organization of all sizes, life-cycle stages and technologies — from leading tech brands to growing SaaS solutions looking to build a customer base.

An eCoast key differentiator I have not seen in working with other vendors is the collaboration we have. It is truly a partnership and is key to our success.
— Shannon Cuthbertson, Manager, Brocade Networks
Intel BW.png
We generated $1,155,000 in sales pipeline contribution with 32 participating partners who are SDI enabled — helping them qualify for additional market amplification through Intel programs.
— Lauren Robinette, Manager, Intel
Insight BW.png
Our relationship with eCoast will continue to thrive. Through their efforts, we have saved countless hours of cold calling with a better success rate than if our salespeople had attempted to do it themselves.
— Don Fisk, CEO, Insight Technologies