It's easy to get raw utilities out of ACA/SMRT and to SPSS. Within SMRT, just go to Analysis + Run Manager, then highlight the run you'd like to export. Then, click Export. You are allowed to save the utilities in .csv format, which may be opened with SPSS.
While it is interesting to look at averages of utilities across respondents, and even to look at importances (although the importance computation has weaknesses), the best sorts of analysis with conjoint are typically done with Market Simulations, using a tool like SMRT (or a simulator that you've customized within Excel).
With market simulations, we set up a "base case", which typically contains multiple products in competition with another. Then, we alter the test product, and see how the share of votes for it (share of preference) changes as we make those modifications.
For a good introductory article on Market Simulators, please see: https://www.sawtoothsoftware.com/download/techpap/introsim.pdf