The "beat" was actually hardly a beat at all. 2 cents EPS came from a tax benefit. So they say they will make 5 to 10 million revenue more in 2013. Against a higher loss per share than the previous year? But it is adding 2 billion to the market cap? Crazy!
Patience is a virtue. We will see 100 sooner than you may think.
Oh, by the way: Look at Linkedin (LNKD). That's a profitable company, contrary to Salesforce.com. It has a PE, contrary to Salesforce.com. They beat hand over fist last quarter. The stock shot up form 107 to 120. It's now at 103 and sagging. After the first frenzy is gone, people realize they are holding a extermely overvalued stock that will never grow into its current valuation. This is true for LNKD but much more for CRM, that is giving its shareholders a growing EPS LOSS, disguised by superlative words as FANTASTIC, AMAZING, GREAT!
Look also at NXPI, leading semiconductor stock (spin off from Philips). Very profitable, only worth 1 times the revenues. Not 10 times like money losing CRM. It beat earnings handsomely and provided stronger guidance for the year. But it tanked from 26 to 20 since then. 25% downin 2 weeks.