Cramer: This Company King of Cloud

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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, the original cloud-based software company," said the Mad Money host.

Shares of the software makersold 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 are solid.

After the bell, 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.

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But it's not just the relatively impressive earnings that Cramer thinks warrant attention.

He also believes in management - another criteria he applies when determining whether to buy a sell-off. "This company and its visionary CEO, Marc Benioff, understand the current tech environment perhaps better than anyone else out there," he said.

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In fact, Cramer believes is nothing less than a best of breed play.

"I consider Salesforce to be the king of the cloud," Cramer said. "It's a game-changing enterprise software play that helps companies build deep relationships with their customers in a world where mobile and social media have transformed the digital landscape."

"I think there's a lot more to the stock than the forecast," said Cramer. "I remain a bull."

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