Don wrote in and asked about Cramer's thoughts on Zuora (ZUO - Get Report) , a cloud company.

TheStreet's Annie Gaus wrote about Zuora after its shares got a "sympathy bump" after Salesforce (CRM - Get Report) beat earnings expectations.

Gaus wrote, "in an interview with TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa, Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo said that newer product offerings plus a diversifying customer base bodes well for the cloud firm, which sells software for managing subscription-based services: "We really see the subscription-based business model impacting a lot of industries...that's what we're really most excited about," Tzuo said. With the 'subscription economy' on the rise, Zuora must convince investors that it can continue to grow revenue at a robust pace while staving off competitive threats from legacy players like SAP SAP and Oracle (ORCL) , which also offer subscription management solutions, as well as smaller firms going after the booming subscriptions space."

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