What it gives us is ability to rerun and regression test all reporting at point in time for those data sources we model as events, and ability to re-test all the code that does transformations on that inbound data, because we don't throw it away.
"Our" form of event sourcing is very different from the "cool" form: We don't re-model most internal data changes as events. We only selectively apply it to certain critical changes. A user changing profile data is not critical to us. A partner giving us data we can't recreate without going back to them and telling them a bug messed up our data is. For data that is critical like that, being able to go back and re-create any transformations from the original canonical event is fantastic.
And as long as there is an immutable key for the entity, rather than just for the entity at time t(n), we can reference from non-evented parts of the system to either entity at time t(n) or entity at time t(now()) trivially, depending on need.