Gustafsson also talked about Zebra's pilot program that tagged all of the players of the San Francisco 49ers with RFID tags that tracked their movements on the field. He said this technology could one day add other sensors, such as heart rate and temperature, to the equation.
Zebra also plays a part in the health care industry, providing bar code solutions for patient wristbands and medications to increase accuracy and reduce costs.
Cramer said that he continues to recommend Zebra Technologies.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer was bullish on National Oilwell Varco (NOV).
In his second "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Mark Lautenbach, president and CEO of Pitney Bowes (PBI), the digital communications company that's seen its shares surge 140% over the past 18 months. Pitney Bowes shares yield 2.8%.
Lautenbach said people still use the postage meters for which the company is known, but Pitney Bowes also facilitates over $1 billion of ecommerce transactions a year. Its digital solutions business is growing by 23% a year.
Lautenbach continued by explaining Pitney Bowes technology lies underneath the shipping options for eBay (EBAY) and helps facilitate shipments around the globe. Pitney also helps track those shipments though one of the best mapping solutions available.
Cramer said even after its big run, he remains a fan of Pitney Bowes.
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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.
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