Wren does refer to Weyland-Yutani as a "terran growth conglomerate", which is about as far as the movies get to saying that WY is predominantly interested in terraforming.
However, the whole argument seemed to start with PredXeno thinking that if terraforming was WY's #1 moneymaker, then every installation would be state-of-the-art with the latest and greatest technology everywhere -- which hasn't really ever been the case outside of companies who make luxury accoutrements a selling point, which WY is never shown doing, so even if PredXeno were right that WY is predominantly a terraforming company, his point is still wrong.
Hadley's is referred to explicitly as a "shake-n-bake" colony, which hardly sounds like the sort of thing decked out with needlessly fancy cutting edge technology. You make money by not spending it needlessly. That's basic business sense.
If you look at, say, a nuclear power plant, even the latest and fanciest of them, their control rooms are all designed for one thing: functionality. They're full of analogue gauges and big chunky switches because the last thing you want when you're in the early stages of a core meltdown is your LED touchscreen to stop responding to your input. The more complex the tech, the more likely it'll f**k up, so things which are in control of really complex things tend to be as simple and functional as possible. Same goes for spacecraft, naval vessels, massive cruise ships and cruise liners, etc.
Three Mile Island went to shit in part because a warning light was on the opposite side of a console from the operator. Think they'd risk a holographic map any time soon even if we had the technology?
Also keep in mind that le fancy holographic table on the Prometheus wasn't in charge of anything remotely important to the operation of the ship. That was all 2D displays.