If you missed getting a piece of the ChannelAdvisor IPO, don't worry. Cramer has another idea for you.
"If you couldn't score a piece of that deal, why not consider Salesforece.com, the original cloud-based software company," said the Mad Money host.
Shares of the software maker sold off 6% in extended trade after the company issued a forecast that left the Street underwhelmed.
And that's the kind of sell-off that Cramer is always watching for.
If a company has solid business fundamentals, the Mad Money host is often a buyer of weakness. And the latest results suggest fundamentals at Salesforce.com are solid.
After the bell, Salesforce.com posted fiscal first-quarter revenue of $893 million, up 28 percent from the year before. And it said revenue in the current quarter would be in the range of $931 million to $936 million. The company also said demand for its cloud-based business software grew despite the shaky economy.