The QPSMR Companion program and documentation are property of NetMR Scotland Limited and should not be copied without permission from the Authors.

You may download the program to use the free modules, and study the documentation without charge.  You will need a licence from a Dealer or the authors to use most of the Companion program.

Please ensure that you have the relevant .NET Framework installed on your computer before installing Companion.

For the Windows installer version of Companion, choose ‘Run’ to install.  To download the MSI and install it later, or on another computer, choose ‘Save’.

The relevant Companion help can be accessed from any area of the program by using the F1 function key.

For improvements in the following versions, please see the Companion on-line manual, release details section:

Link to the Companion on-line manual

Install Companion Windows (2020.2)

You do not need a new licence to use these new releases. You will only need a new licence if you want to use new facilities that were not included in your previous licence.

Install Companion 2020.2 (ClickOnce)

For MSI installs, please hover over the link to see the exact version that will be installed if you click the button.

Download Companion 2020.2.7 64Bit (MSI)

The following 32Bit version can be used on 32Bit and 64Bit PCs:

Download Companion 2020.2.7 32Bit (MSI)  

To download older versions of the software, please visit our Companion previous versions page.

To download Beta test versions of the software, please visit our Companion Beta test versions page.


Skeleton projects

These skeleton project files (QDF) can be used as the basis for new projects. The questions to be asked need to be added to them.

Questionnaire prints

These XSLT files can be altered and used when printing a questionnaire draft.


This XSLT file can be altered and used when printing a summary report.

User resources

A number of other useful files are available for download in the Resources area of this website, such as:

  • Macros to format tables
  • Files to customize output
  • Winsock program example