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For "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer checked back in with Aneel Bhusri, co-founder and CEO of Workday (WDAY) , the cloud computing company that just posted a 13-cents-a-share earnings beat with accelerating revenue growth that rose by 38%. Shares of Workday are up over 50% so far this year.

Bhusri said that Workday continues to grow thanks to its strong portfolio of financial, payroll and human capital management offerings. That's why companies like Nasdaq (NDAQ) will start in one area, like human capital, then expand to Workday's other offerings.

Workday is also excelling in the retail sector, Bhusri added, with clients like Walmart (WMT) and Target (TGT) being among the company's 1,500 clients.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are also part of the Workday platform. Bhusri said the company's new analytics can predict with 90% accuracy whether an employee is likely to leave a company within the next 12 months. Those same intelligences are now being applied to determining which customers are most likely not to pay their bills on time.

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