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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Steve Singh, president of business networks and applications at SAP (SAP) - Get SAP SE Report , the software provider that last posted a 14-cents-a-share earnings beat.

Singh, the former CEO of Concur Technologies, which was acquired by SAP, said that he's enjoying working with a larger company like SAP. He said not only are SAP's users loving the Concur products, but many Concur customers are learning about SAP's other offerings as well.

Singh was also bullish on Fieldglass, another SAP acquisition that offers human capital management services for a company's service-based workforce.

When asked about what's coming next, Singh said the next big trend will be "micro services," where applications like your email client are smart enough to take actions, like booking travel, automatically when it sees you have an appointment out of town.

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