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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-CEO of Atlassian (TEAM) - Get Report , the team collaboration software provider that had a dud of an IPO in 2015, but has since rallied more than 77% so far this year.
Cannon-Brookes explained that Atlassian helps teams communicate and collaborate, both with their departments and across departments, with a family of different products for different applications.
In the software world, Atlassian is best known for JIRA and BitBucket, which helps programming and software development teams. The company has also partnered with Salesforce.com (CRM) - Get Report , plugging their systems into Salesforce's customer relationship software.
Cannon-Brookes is also known for a recent $50,000 bet with Tesla (TSLA) - Get Report CEO and fellow Australian, Elon Musk. When power problems in Southern Australia seemed unsolvable, Cannon-Brookes offered Musk $50,000 if he could fix. Musk delivered, installing the world's largest battery system in under 100 days.
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