"I’m not bragging when I tell you that "Mad Money" is the most interactive show on television," Cramer said Monday. "I take your calls, answer your questions and when I don’t know enough to give you a good answer, I always come back to you with more information."
On Tuesday, Cramer took a call from Jerry in New York. The viewer asked about ClickSoftware Technologies , a speculative stock and $275 million company that Cramer wasn't familiar with at the time. He said he would research it and address it at a future date. Instead, he invited CEO Moshe BenBassat on the program. But before getting to the interview, Cramer said ClickSoftware is a small company. He doesn't recommend investors chase it in the after market. For those interested, he suggests doing your homework and waiting for a good price.
Based in Petah Tikva, Israel, ClickSoftware is a field service optimization software company. In other words, it helps service sector businesses manage their employees and time. Its mobility technology helps reduce fuel costs and repeat trip costs by making scheduling decisions. The technology also reduces travel time. Although a small company, there may be great market opportunity for its software. Oppenheimer puts the market opportunity at $1.5 billion while the company expects it could be $18 billion.
To learn more about this tech company and its future prospects, Cramer spoke with BenBassat. Watch the videoto see the full interview.
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