In the previous part of this diptych, we defined the notion of an admissible simplicial connection, as well as explaining how H.I. Green constructed a resolution of coherent analytic sheaves by locally free sheaves on the Čech nerve. This paper seeks to apply these abstract formalisms, by showing that Green's barycentric simplicial connection is indeed admissible, and that this condition is exactly what we need in order to be able to apply Chern-Weil theory and construct characteristic classes. We show that, in the case of (global) vector bundles, the simplicial construction agrees with what one might construct manually: the explicit Čech representatives of the exponential Atiyah classes of a vector bundle agree. Finally, we summarise how all the preceding theory fits together to allow us to define Chern classes of coherent analytic sheaves, as well as showing uniqueness in the compact case.