Now They'll Be Flocking to Salesforce

Salesforce.com (CRM) gave you something to work with. It is beginning to blow away the competition because it has no legacy business to go against. You look at Oracle (ORCL), Microsoft (MSFT) and SAP (SAP), and they are all at war within. They all have entrenched divisions that have not and cannot embrace cloud computing because it would crush their gross margins.

Salesforce.com is taking share from all of those companies, and is now the undisputed No. 1 customer-relations-management business in the world. Next year it will become the fastest company to ever reach $4 billion in sales. Salesforce.com is immensely profitable if you look at operating cash flow and free cash flow, which are the only ways I care to look at it. Best of all, after a quarter that got a lot of analysts to grow cool on the stock, the company is showing accelerating revenue. Within the universe of stocks I cover, Salesforce.com is the largest-capitalization company with accelerating revenue growth....538 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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