SurePath Network News and Archives

October 30, 2010 - Carrier (B2B) Integration with Travelers is now in pilot phase! Click here to learn more.

August 16, 2007 - Insure Vision Technologies Announces Release of SurePath 6.2 for Surety Bond Processing. Click here to learn more.

May 02, 2005 - InSure Vision Technologies Announces Release of SurePath 5.2 for Surety Bond Processing.  Software Architecture, Performance and Security Upgrades Set Foundation for Future Enhancements.  Click here to learn more

 September 15, 2003 - InSure Vision Technologies Announces Release of SurePath 5.0 for Surety Bond Processing.  New Features Facilitate Real-Time Reporting with Travelers Surety using ACORD Standards and Enhancements to Electronic Bid Bond Processing.  Click here for more information. 

August 3, 2002 - IVT announced the availability of SurePath 4.0, which contains enhancements that complete Contract Bond Processing.  SurePath 4.0 includes Financial Statement Analysis, Work In Progress, Job Profit Comparison, Bid Results Tracking, Bid to Final Bond Processing and Custom Reporting to completely streamline the processing and management of surety bonds.  In addition, SurePath 4.0 allows agents to submit bid bonds electronically to DOTs via Bid Express. Click here for more information.

April 23, 2002 - InSure Vision Technologies  announced the availability of SurePath 3.5, its flagship product for processing and managing both paper-based and electronic surety bonds. “SurePath 3.5 contains many enhancements to further streamline the processing and management of surety bonds,” said Pam Stocks, President of InSure Vision Technologies. Click here for more information.

April 9, 2002 - InSure Vision Technologies recently announced that they have entered into a multi-year contract with BidX.com, the premier web-based bidding information service, to provide integrated reporting of electronic bids to select state departments of transportation. Click here for more information.

December 17, 2001 - InSure Vision Technologies  is proud to announce the release of SurePath 3.0 today.  SurePath 3.0 adds support for digital signatures and digital certificates as well as many other new features. Click here for more information.

April 30, 2001 - InSure Vision Technologies  developers of the SurePath Network (a web-based bond processing service for agencies, their clients, underwriters and obligees), and AMS Services, a leading developer of agency management systems, announced the integration of the SurePath Network with Sagitta Browser. The integration is being demonstrated at the 2001 AMS Users’ Group conference with expected  delivery of the product by late second quarter. Click here for more information.

March 28, 2001 - Lockton Insurance Brokers Inc. recently partnered with InSure Vision Technologies LLC  to introduce an automated bond management program that will deliver a complete solution to bond portfolio management for homebuilders nationwide.  Click here for more information.

February 12, 2001 - InSure Vision Technologies is proud to announce the release of SurePath 2.0 today.  SurePath 2.0 is the flagship of the SurePath Network, a web-based bond processing service for agencies, their clients, underwriters and obligees. Click here for more information.

November 27, 2000 - InSure Vision Technologies, developers of SurePath, announced their general release of the SurePath 1.4 Software Development Kit (SDK).  The SDK assists other companies in building custom integration solutions with SurePath.  It is based on XML, an open industry standard for exchanging data.  Click here for more information.

November 7, 2000 – InSure Vision Technologies today announced the release of its newest version of SurePath, version 1.4.  The release marks the third upgrade in the last eight months for the web-based bond processing system.  Click here for more information.

October 20, 2000 - InSure Vision Technologies, developers of SurePath, and Applied Systems, a leader in insurance distribution systems, unveiled a new level of interoperability for surety transaction processing at the Applied Systems Users Conference.  Users of Applied System’s WinTam 6.3 and IVT’s SurePath Network can now easily exchange information to generate invoices for bonds processed through SurePath. Click here for more information.

July 5, 2000 – InSure Vision Technologies, LLC is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of its automated surety bond processing system, SurePath 1.3.  The upgrades were automatically distributed on Saturday, June 24.  Click here for more information.

March 20, 2000 – InSure Vision Technologies, LLC is proud to announce the formation of a strategic relationship with Applied Systems, Inc., a University Park, Illinois based leader in insurance distribution systems. The partnership will enable integration between SurePath and Applied Systems’ WinTAM and Vision products for the independent agent market.  Click here for more information.  

January 5, 2000 – InSure Vision Technologies, located in Sherman Oaks, California has opened an office in Baltimore, Maryland.  This office will headquarter all lead technical development staff for the SurePath and SureForm products that are independent automated surety bond processing tools that operate over the Internet.   Click here for more information.  

December 29, 1999 – InSure Vision Technologies welcomes aboard Thomas Rutherfoord, Inc. to the SurePath Network, an on-line interactive surety bond processing service.  SurePath will provide an interactive solution for Rutherfoord to communicate with clients and underwriters more effectively. SurePath, together with SureForm, an electronic bond form library will effectively manage costs associated with processing surety business.  Click here for more information.

October 28, 1999 – InSure Vision Technologies announced today that it has entered into a strategic alliance with CNA Surety to provide SurePath, an independent, single entry, multi-use automated surety bond processing system that operates over the Internet to CNA Surety’s distribution system.  Click here for more information.