Datacraft has inked a three year deal to provide and manage telecommunications services for New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE). The agreement is the company’s most significant telecommunications win since being awarded the one.govt telecommunications networking contract in 2009. One.govt replaced the ill-fated Government shared Network (GSN). Datacraft will provide NZTE with a high bandwidth WAN solution, mobile services, 0800 services, a direct dial interface solution, unified communications and enterprise telephony infrastructure, backed by support and management services. NZTE will be provided with its own web portal for access to real time information about their telecommunications environment. Datacraft says it aims to deliver a range of benefits for NZTE, including cost savings, improved performance and a consolidated telecommunications model. Datacraft is "multi-sourcing" to bring the services together. Vodafone will supply mobile and fixed line capability, FX Networks will supply the core fibre backbone and Cisco will supply improved audio and video conferencing capabilities through Unified MeetingPlace.