I am not familiar with the application you used to clone your drive, however, the online documentation suggests that it has full clone capability. You might want to check with the tool developer to confirm the method used will in fact result in a bootable SSD.
If the drive was successfully cloned and the new drive contains a bootable partition, you should be able to replace the old drive with the new one. You might need to double check the BIOS configuration to confirm the SSD is detected and selected as primary boot device. If the drive is bootable, the PC should load the OS from the SSD.
Additionally, you might want to Contact Support and talk to an agent in your nearest support center. They will be able to provide additional recommendations.